Ohio State defensive end Chase Young has seen his fair share of the spotlight this season.
He won both the Chuck Bednarik Award and the Bronco Nagurski award. He broke the school’s single-season sacks record. He survived a two-game suspension for violating NCAA rules.
And laid claim to having the most “drip” on the Ohio State football team. Or so he said at the Heisman in New York earlier this month.
Chase Young on his #HeismanDrip: “I picked it out myself. I feel like I have the most drip on my team. They better be impressed,” he said laughing. @OhioStateFB @Jkdobbins22 @MasterTeagueIII @jokudah pic.twitter.com/TPgKxe6U49
— Emily Van Buskirk (@Emilnem) December 14, 2019
After this was posted on Twitter a few hours before the Heisman ceremony, some of Young’s teammates chimed in.
— Jeff Okudah (@jokudah) December 14, 2019
Ohio State cornerback Jeff Okudah wasn’t the only one giving Young a hard time.
Chase, maybe you can become fashion judge of some sort. Lol
— Master W. Teague III (@MasterTeagueIII) December 15, 2019
So the question had to be asked: is Chase Young’s “drip” the cleanest in all the land? Okudah and running back J.K. Dobbins confronted Young at Fiesta Bowl Media Day and questioned him about his flannel cutoff, black turtleneck and other iffy items of clothing. Check out this exclusive video shot by Okudah himself.
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