This will probably be the lasting image of the tournament for a lot of people. Throughout Ohio's run to the Sweet 16, Clark Kellogg has been keeping one eye on his game and another on Ohio. His son plays for the Bobcats, and Kellogg has been watching from afar, tracking Ohio's run like a proud father. The raw emotion has been incredibly refreshing.
And as it was all coming to an end, Kellogg's pained face was front and center. As it became clear Ohio was going to fall short in overtime on Friday against UNC, Kellogg reacted just before he went on the air, and TBS was there to show a cut-in. The pain on his face was apparent -- a tough moment to watch.
It was one heck of a run for the Bobcats and the Kellogg family. And all along the way, Clark Kellogg handled it with the class we've come to expect from the March Madness mainstay.
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