Myles Martin, father Gregory capture emotions, viewers in video of letter from father to son

Myles Martin after claiming third place at the NCAAs (Photo/Tony Rotundo,
Get out your handkerchiefs.

A father-son moment between Ohio State All-American wrestler Myles Martin and his dad Gregory has struck a chord well beyond the Martin household.

The video (below) — posted on the NCAA Wrestling Twitter and YouTube this week — shows Gregory Martin and his son Myles reading a letter the father wrote to the wrestler prior to the 2019 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships in Pittsburgh last weekend.

As of this weekend, the four-minute video has generated approximately a quarter-million views since being posted Wednesday, March 27.

In its coverage of the video featuring the two generations of Mart

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coffee: always frantic, has a crammed schedule, never stops consuming caffeine, will agree to go to a party even if they have a six a.m. shift the next day

bujo: organized, likes to makes lists and keep track of things, plans outfit the night before, stresses when they get a grade less than a B

oops: stopped caring in the third grade, somehow manages to get okay grades, never studies, kind of lazy, would eat Waffle House at 3 in the morning

sweatshirt: is trying as hard as they possibly can, has to study and work hard for their grades, constantly stressing, has social anxiety, tries to do every extra curricular under the sun

aesthetique: probably vegetarian or vegan, has a “mom jean” 80′s aesthetic, glorifies local cafes, wants to live in Europe, always wants to cut their hair

gothique: black clothes only, still stans my chemical romance, uses sarcasm as a defense mechanism, desperately wants some tattoos, likes the black lipstick look but too shy to do it