Joey Bosa never passes up an opportunity to learn a few new skills and improve as a player. Even after an NFL game, the former Ohio State star took advantage of a chance to learn some moves from another former B1G standout.

After the San Diego Chargers battled the Kansas City Chiefs on Saturday night, former Penn State star Tamba Hali and Bosa met up after the game for a quick teaching session. Hali provided Bosa with a  few pointers to use in the future and the former Buckeye seemed to be pretty open to the lesson.

The moment was captured on video and tweeted out by the NFL.

Hali is in his 12th season in the NFL while Bosa is just in his second. So yeah, the Nittany Lion probably has a few more tricks than the Buckeye right now.

Interestingly enough, both players were developed by Ohio State current defensive line coach Larry Johnson, who joined the Buckeyes in 2014. He coached at Penn State from 1996 through 2013.

Keep an eye on Bosa for the rest of the season to see if any of Hali’s tips work there way into Bosa’s repertoire.