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Rolle's Pick Caps Topsy-Turvy Stretch

A late 15-point lead for the Ohio State football team nearly evaporated Saturday afternoon during a crazy stretch of football that took the 105,000-plus fans in Ohio Stadium by surprise. Little did they know what was about to transpire. Brian Rolle's two-point conversion interception and return put the air back in the Horseshoe and cemented the Buckeyes' season-opening win.

For a stretch of time that spanned 4:09 on the game clock and seemingly eons for the opening-day record crowd of 105,092 in Ohio Stadium, Ohio State fans must have thought they were in Bizarro World. During that time, Navy cut a 29-14 deficit to just two points and quieted all but the roaring midshipmen in full white dress that made the trip to sit in the northeast corner of the Horseshoe. And... Recommended Stories

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