VIDEO: Ohio President Roderick McDavis Addresses Bobcats In Locker Room After Advancing To The Sweet 16

One of traditions of the NCAA Tournament is the access CBS, and now Turner, gets to punch up the personal interest part of March Madness. The locker room video has become a staple of their coverage - whether it's pre game, halftime speeches, or post game celebrations. Sunday night's action was highlighted by Ohio University's win over South Florida that advanced the Bobcats to their first Sweet 16 round since 1964. On Friday after the upset of Michigan, we got to watch Walter Offutt and D.J. Cooper put the Bobcats through to the third round on the large bracket posted in the locker room. After the win against USF, it was a wildly enthusiastic post game speech to John Groce and "Coop" and the boys by University President Roderick J. McDavis.

Video of the speech after the jump:

Via mocksessiondotcom3:

For more on the Bobcats and their run to the Sweet 16, be sure to follow SB Nation's MAC blog, Hustle Belt. For all your college hoops news during the big dance, follow SB Nation's NCAA basketball hub and check out the dedicated NCAA Tournament hub for your Sweet 16 analysis.

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