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“Baltimore’s a great city, somewhere he’s going to enjoy,” Oher said. “I think that you can tell when someone comes home and they want to go back,” Tuohy said.“When Mike is down in Memphis or Oxford [Mississippi, where he went to college] he has a good time, but he’s ready to go back to Baltimore in two weeks’ time or three weeks’ time.“He’s going to put in the work and he’s smart enough to get the job done,” Oher said.“Whenever he gets a chance, he’ll be the smartest guy on the floor, he’s a smart basketball player, he knows how to play the game.He was always out there, seeing him train so much set the standard for me. When he was on the field, he was all business, when he was off the field, he was a fun-loving guy.You leave your attitude at the door.” Though Tuohy seems to have a more outgoing personality than his big brother, their father, Sean Tuohy Sr.,said it stems mostly from the fact that “Michael is our only analytical kid, SJ is like everyone else — very emotional.He is redshirting this season and Loyola is loaded at point guard, with R. He could have been a walk-on at Mississippi, where his father set and still holds the Southeastern Conferencerecord for assists, but he chose Loyola for the opportunity it would give him to pursue a master’s degree in communications. For now he remains a walk-on redshirt looking to do whatever he can to help the Greyhounds get to a second straight NCAA tournament.
The younger Tuohy is living on campus, but said he usually sees Oher “two or three times a week”.
He calls it home and he loves it here and hopefully it’ll be the same for me.” Oher doesn’t seem to mind mingling in a community in which he hopes to spend his entire career. Definitely have loyal fans, recognize everybody, no matter what you do for the team. said, “If you were in Oxford or Memphis writing this story, he would say the same thing.
“I love Baltimore, I definitely look at it as home, somewhere I’m very comfortable,” said Oher, his serious look softening a little. I get to do everything, but they recognize everyone because they love their team so much.” Said Sean Tuohy Sr., who spent time in Baltimore long before Oher’s arrival, “The people in Baltimore have been incredibly nice to him. Good kid, give you everything he’s got, but it doesn’t mean they have to like him. He has a very strong feeling for the city just like he did in college.” As for his younger son’s decision to attend Loyola, Tuohy Sr.
said, “It’s really kind of strange how it happened but it feels like it was supposed to happen.
It’s been good.” The younger Tuohy’s decision to attend Loyola had less to do with Oher than he led some to believe. said that he was playing golf in Baltimore last summer with an old friend, Kurt Aarsand.