CARSON, CALIF.,--- If you’re a fan of college football, chances are pretty good you know Brodrick Brown. Granted, you might know his name, but if you watch this sport- even just a little- then you’ve seen his game on full display.
Brown was part of four nine-win teams over his five seasons at Oklahoma State, with his final year of eligibility ending this past New Year’s Day in a Heart of Texas Bowl win over Purdue. However, despite all the games played, accolades and victories he accumulated in a Cowboy uniform, Brown will forever be linked to a single play, which took place during the 2010 season against rival Oklahoma.
The play came in the middle of the second quarter with Oklahoma ahead 21-10, and looking to pull away in that year’s edition of the “Bedlam” series. On first down, Sooners quarterback Landry Jones rolled out to his right and tried to throw the ball out of bounds...but Brown had different ideas.
Knowing he didn’t have room to make the interception and keep...