Folks in Ohio don’t typically feel the effects of earthquakes, but anyone who was inside Ohio Stadium on Saturday to see No. 2 Ohio State clip No. 3 Michigan in double overtime got to experience the next closest thing.
Ohio Stadium was the epicenter of a brief 5.79 rumbling on the Richter Scale. As Curtis Samuel zipped his way to the end zone for a 15-yard walk-off touchdown in double overtime, Ohio Stadium started shaking as the majority of the over 110,000 fans started celebrating.
The tremors were gradually increasing as Ohio State battled their way back from a 10-point deficit midway through the third quarter. Things really started shaking in overtime.
Mag | Play-Sequence
5.27 | Opening Kickoff
5.45 | Pick-6
5.65 | Interception & Weber-TD
4.57 | Tying FG
5.70 | 1st OT TD
5.79 | Winning TD
— Mike Brudzinski (@seismohio) November 27, 2016