Football fans can now take a break from watching their favorite college football teams to catch a special live performance of the Big Dance.
As it happens, it was played last year at Ohio State University.
We caught up with a few of the guys behind the music and asked them to share their favorite moments from the game.1.
The beat down by Ohio State, 2014.
In a game where Ohio State had the ball, they took a big lead.
It was a long drive, and a couple of touchdowns later, the Buckeyes were in the lead with 7:10 left in the first half.
A big pass by freshman quarterback Taylor Heinicke was thrown to a wide open Jalin Marshall, and Marshall ran up the middle to snag a 34-yard touchdown pass to give Ohio State a 27-14 lead.
Marshall’s touchdown set up a 15-0 lead by halftime.
Two plays later, quarterback Malik Zaire was sacked for a loss of four yards, and the Buckeye offense was unable to score another touchdown.
They would have another shot at the game-winning score later that same night.2.
The big pass, the second half.
Ohio State quarterback Taylor Hundley is the most experienced quarterback in the Big Ten and was in his first season as a starter.
He threw for 3,871 yards and 20 touchdowns while throwing for over 2,400 yards and 16 touchdowns against Michigan State.
He was a Heisman Trophy finalist last season.
The Buckeyes had the best passing game in the country, and Hundleys game-tying touchdown pass was the best of the season for the Buckeys offense.
It capped a 27 play, 75-yard drive that featured five plays of 15 yards or more.
The play was a little difficult to catch, but it was pretty clear that the Buckeese QB was feeling good after that touchdown pass.3.
The field goal, the Big Game.
After the score was 23-14, Ohio State came out in a hurry and got to the Ohio State 20-yard line.
There were some early penalties, but the Buccees defense had a field goal attempt blocked, and it would have given the Buckes a chance to score on the next drive.
That drive ended up being the game winner, as the Buckee offense put together a nice drive, but Hundys fourth touchdown pass, to Jalin Marsh, was blocked by a defender.
It would have been a touchdown, but Marsh’s attempt to score came off a pick-six by Ohio’s Dwayne Haskins.
The defense recovered the blocked pass, and Ohio State would have scored the game tying touchdown with 4:30 left in a game that ended in a 24-21 victory.4.
The game-winner, the final seconds.
Ohio was still up 24-24, but in the final minutes, Hunds final drive ended with a huge pass from Hundles top receiver.
It hit Marsh in stride and was caught by Marsh, who took a knee before diving into the end zone for the score.5.
The best game of Taylor Heinys career.
Heinickes first career touchdown pass came in a win against Wisconsin in 2014.
It went for 39 yards and a touchdown.
Heinics touchdown pass had the Buchers in front at the end of the first quarter, but they couldn’t get anything going until Heinicks final drive, which ended in the endzone with Heinic’s third touchdown pass of the day.6.
The Big Dance, the last play.
The final play in the 2013 Big Dance game between the Ohio and Michigan teams was a fake punt, and Michigan was down by nine points.
After a touchdown pass from Taylor Heinics to Jatin Marshall, Heiniches offense took the lead.
They took a 14-yard gain, and Heinicys final touchdown pass hit Marsh for a touchdown on the last drive.7.
The biggest game of Jalin.
Jalin’s first career score was a 56-yard field goal in a 30-20 victory over Florida State in 2014, which set the stage for Heinicis first career 100-yard receiving game.
Heinically threw for 1,003 yards and 14 touchdowns that year.
Heinys first touchdown pass that game came in the second quarter, and Jalin threw for a long pass to Jali’n Marshall.
Marshall caught the pass and ran for the touchdown.
The score was 38-34 at the half.8.
The perfect game for the best game, but also the most important one.
In 2012, the first game after the NCAA tournament had been postponed due to Hurricane Irene, Ohio Stadium hosted a nationally televised Big Dance party to celebrate the school’s return from a two-week hiatus.
Ohio had won the previous game, 38-31, and were in first place heading into the game against Michigan.
However, the Ohio players had a couple things to work on.
Ohio played on the same night