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Urban Meyer Responds On Twitter After Former Buckeyes Score First 2 TDs In NFC Title Game

Sunday was quite the day for former Ohio State players taking art in the NFL Playoffs. During the first game, with the AFC title on the line, it was former Buckeye Bradley Roby that picked off former Wolverine Tom Brady during a two-point conversion attempt that would've tied the game with less than 12 seconds left.

But the Buckeyes weren't done yet, and it didn't take long before more of them made an impact. 

During the first quarter of the NFC title game between the Carolina Panthers and the Arizona Cardinals, it was former Buckeyes receivers Ted Ginn Jr. and Corey Brown that scored the first two touchdowns of the game, leading to Carolina's 17-0 lead. Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer noticed, so he took to Twitter to politely inform those who didn't.

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Huge day for the Buckeyes so far.