The best examples of social distancing from the 2019 B1G football season
Social distancing is a trending topic in our country today. With the ongoing public health pandemic involving COVID-19, the urge from government and health professionals is to maintain six feet of distance from individuals outside of your home.
While that’s certainly something new for almost all of us, there were a handful of B1G players who practiced social distancing on the football field last season — some a lot more than others. So, while we continue to practice safe social distancing and occupy our homes for most of the day, why not have a look at some of the best examples of social distancing from the 2019 B1G football season?
Obviously, there were more than enough to choose from, so I hand-picked some of the most memorable and enjoyable from last season. Don’t feel slighted if your favorite team or player was not included, because there were dozens that could’ve made the list.
And, if you have a favorite, why not share it with us?
Here are some of the top moments of B1G players showcasing their ability to social distancing themselves from defenders last season:
Tyler Johnson embarrassed Auburn’s entire defense with this 73-yard TD in the Outback Bowl
Clemson defender: “I’ll catch him….JK”
KJ Hamler is still probably haunting Don Brown’s dreams
Cruickshank wasn’t stopping, even to smell the roses
There’s been enough social distance between Ohio State and Michigan the last eight years, but just for good measure
— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 30, 2019
Giles could’ve ran for miles without being caught
That’s a lot more than 6 feet of separation
Michigan’s special teams couldn’t stop the Leake
Does Ford even make an automobile that runs as fast as Devyn?
Primer partido con Penn State y a Devyn Ford se le ocurre hacer ésto:
¡Escapada de 81 yardas!pic.twitter.com/EpYAv7OfqG
— Football (@LaloFootball) August 31, 2019
Not even the officials can keep Rondale Moore from getting across the goal line
Just Rondale Moore doing Rondale Moore things ⚡️ pic.twitter.com/5de6MUfDf1
— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) September 7, 2019
“Let me just slip through this wide open gap and jog into the end zone,” JT23 (probably)