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Maurice Clarett live-tweeted his ESPN 30 for 30 special with excellent commentary

Maurice ClarettSports fans were treated to another fantastic ESPN 30 for 30 special following Saturday night’s Heisman Trophy ceremony.

For the last four years, ESPN has played some of their best college football-themed 30 for 30 documentaries during the slot after the Heisman ceremony to take advantage of the big audience, and they often knock it out of the park. There was the documentary on Miami football called “The U,” the special on SMU football called “Pony Excess,” “The Marinovich Project” about Todd Marinovich, “You Don’t Know Bo” about Bo Jackson, and this year’s feature was “Youngstown Boys” about former Ohio State football legends Maurice Clarett and Jim Tressel.

The program was extremely well done and one of the best parts was that Clarett provided a running commentary while the documentary played on ESPN.

We’ll share all his tweets below. They make much more sense if you pull them up while watching the program so that you can follow along.

Clarett on Josh McDaniels’ father, Thom, an Ohio high school coaching legend:

Talking about his high school:

Talking about enrolling at Ohio State early so he could go through spring practice before his freshman season:

On starting as a true freshman at Ohio State:

On his first career game with the Buckeyes:

Talking about breaking his first career touchdown, which helped cement Tressel’s faith in him:

On becoming a star:

Head on over to Page 2 to continue seeing Clarett’s tweets.

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  • SpinMax

    good stuff