Reliving "Holy Buckeye"

It's one of the most iconic plays in Ohio State football history. Craig Krenzel's 37-yard touchdown bomb to Michael Jenkins on a fourth and one with 1:36 left at Purdue turned a 6-3 deficit into a dramatic 10-6 win preserving an undefeated record in a 2002 season that would end in a national championship. That play, which became known as "Holy Buckeye" thanks to ABC play-by-play man Brent Musburger's call that afternoon, got special treatment over the weekend on the Big Ten Network. BTN's "Big Moment" series featured "Holy Buckeye," getting perspective from Krenzel, Jenkins, coach Jim Tressel and more. If you're a Buckeye fan, you'll certainly enjoy the look back at one of the most memorable plays in a 2002 season filled with dramatic moments. You can see a couple snippets of the BTN special, including a detailed description of the "Holy Buckeye" play below. Great stuff if you're a Buckeye fan. Enjoy.

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