Cincinnati DB Coby Bryant does fitting dunk celebration after INT
Larry Brown Sports 2hrs ago

Cincinnati has a very unique turnover prop, and it was put to very good use after a player named Coby Bryant intercepted a pass in the Peach Bowl on Friday.

a group of baseball players playing a football game: Oct 3, 2020; Cincinnati Bearcats cornerback Coby Bryant (7) celebrates his first quarter interception against the South Florida Bulls at Nippert Stadium. © Joseph Maiorana-USA TODAY Sports Oct 3, 2020; Cincinnati Bearcats cornerback Coby Bryant (7) celebrates his first quarter interception against the South Florida Bulls at Nippert Stadium.

While some teams use turnover chains, fake bags of money and other props, the Bearcats have a basketball hoop that they dunk on after huge plays. Bryant made one of those when he intercepted a pass in the end zone against Georgia in the second quarter. He then lived up his name with a perfect between-the-legs dunk on the sideline.

Plenty of other Bearcats players have dunked on the turnover hoop, but it just hits different when a guy named Coby Bryant does it.

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