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Rutgers trying to tackle Jabrill Peppers went as well as you'd expect

If only this play had counted. Public Service Announcement: Don’t try and arm tackle Michigan’s Jabrill Peppers. In the first quarter of Michigan vs. Rutgers, Peppers fielded a Rutgers punt from the 45 yard line. Peppers then proceeded to return it, and he showed off exactly why he was the No. 1 ATH in the class of 2014 as a recruit in high school. Let’s take into account that Peppers was able to dodge and juke a total of five Rutgers tacklers, and still maintained to rapidly accelerate upfield.
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