Found September 30, 2012 on
I guess the game winning play from the Bearcats 27-24 victory over Virginia Tech is being called Munchie Magic. I'm 100% fine with that. Games like yesterday deserve names. Munchie Magic is as good as any of them. Since it was such an epic win, the voice of the Bearcats Dan Hoard posted his call of the game. Here is video. You can sync them up and relive the magic another 25 times. If you want the perfect sync, play the video when Hoard says Munchie is waiting for the snap.
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