VIDEO: Clark Kellogg Reacts To Ohio's Overtime Loss To North Carolina

One of the great moments of the 2012 NCAA Tournament was Clark Kellogg's reaction last Sunday when he learned his son Nick's team, the Ohio Bobcats, had advanced to the Sweet 16 with a win over South Florida. On Friday night, TBS had a camera isolated on Clark , calling games in Atlanta, as the Bobcats forced overtime in St. Louis. Kellogg gave out of huge sigh of relief when OU got a stop on the final possession. Unfortunately, the Bobcats could net get it done in overtime and you could see the heartbreak written all over his face.

An animated gif of Kellogg's reaction to overtime, and video during OT after the jump:

Gif when the Bobcats forced OT:

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Then the sadness when he realized it was all over:

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