California running back Brendan Bigelow has made some memorable runs already this season, but he probably won’t top the one he had against Ohio State on Saturday afternoon. It appeared that Ohio State had Bigelow in the backfield for a five-yard loss before he was able to turn the corner and gain positive yardage. He then broke another tackle and took it to the house.
But how did he stay on his feet? One of the reasons Bigelow was able to score was because some of the Ohio State defenders gave up after he was clearly down. The only problem was he wasn’t. The sophomore pulled off a couple of amazingly acrobatic spin moves and somehow kept his balance.
We’ve seen some amazing runs through the early part of the college season and while Bigelow’s is up there, we’ll still give the nod to Jawam Jamison for his crazy spin move earlier this week.
California coach Jeff Tedford looked at the stat sheet but kept coming back to the same bottom line.
''We played well enough most of the day to (win) but the scoreboard doesn't reflect that.,'' he said after his Golden Bears surrendered a long pass late in the game and then threw an interception on their last possession in a 35-28 loss to No. 12 Ohio State on...
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