The Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs had a terrific game Thursday night. With the game tied at 24 with under a minute to, the Chiefs were looking to bleed the clock and take the game into overtime. That is when disaster struck for Chiefs’ running back Jamal Charles and Denver Broncos defensive back Bradley Roby took advantage of it.
— The Buckeye Nut (@TheBuckeyeNut) September 18, 2015
For many Ohio State Buckeyes’ fans, it was an awesome moment. Roby played his college ball in Columbus, Ohio and following the game, he admitted that he wanted to do an “Ohio State spin move” near the endzone, according to College Spun.
Bradley Roby following his scoop-six game-winner: “I wanted to do an Ohio State spin at the end.” pic.twitter.com/kwQ2vAz090
— Eleven Warriors (@11W) September 18, 2015
That probably wouldn’t have been a very good idea considering a Chief was right on his tail and he could have easily gotten caught. I would probably expect a lot of former Buckeyes to want to do this whenever they get their hands on the ball now thanks to current wide receiver Braxton Miller and former running back Carlos Hyde.
I’d also expect the Buckeyes to begin working on a trademark for “Ohio State spin” now.
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