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OSU WR Devin Smith makes ridiculous catch against Miami (OH)

Devin Smith, Doran Grant AP

The first quarter of the Urban Meyer era in Columbus was a bit anticlimactic. In fact, Miami (OH) led Ohio State 3-0 heading into the second.

That all changed in a dramatic yet completely awesome way when Braxton Miller tossed what looked like an overthrown ball to receiver Devin Smith in the corner of the end zone. Smith reached up with one hand and grabbed the ball while maintaining control of his rotating body and kept it together all the way through the catch.

Early candidate for catch of the year? Yais!!!! 

Ohio State looks like it’s starting to turn it on here, up 14-3 on the Redhawks.

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1 Response to “OSU WR Devin Smith makes ridiculous catch against Miami (OH)”
  1. iloveflorio says: Sep 1, 2012 1:37 PM

    PFT, u need to step up ur college fb scores. What’s the point of showing 80% of the scores??? Or is this app 80% legit???

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