There are ankle-breaking jukes — and then there’s what LSU’s Justin Jefferson did in Monday night’s College Football National Championship Game:
PUT THIS JUKE IN THE HISTORY BOOKS 😱
(via @SportsCenter)pic.twitter.com/AeOvuVAv6x

— The Checkdown (@thecheckdown) January 14, 2020

That. Was. NASTY. Just ask Reggie Bush, who was all of us after Jefferson’s ridiculous, soul-snatching move:
🗣 GET THAT MAN SOME ANKLE TAPE@ReggieBush loved that ankle-breaker by Justin Jefferson! pic.twitter.com/iJdoYiUSxG
— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) January 14, 2020

Of course, it makes sense that Bush would react as such, given that the juke was a patented Bush special during his playing days:
Jordan Jefferson pulling off the Reggie Bush with that madden move 😱😳 #LSUvsCLEM
— Nick McVay (@CoachMcVay_2) January 14, 2020

Jefferson just went “Reggie Bush Fresno State Game” with that stop & go on the sideline. #LSUvsCLEM
— John P. Nerone (@JPNer1) January 14, 2020

@JJettas2 that back juke was Reggie Bush vibes! Made son fall backwards 😂
— Content Johnny 📱 (@JCW2_) January 14, 2020

Not the Reggie Bush from Fresno State move 😂
— JW (@Boy_On_TheMoon) January 14, 2020

It’s probably not a coincidence that LSU went from down 3 to up by double-digits at halftime in the wake of Jefferson’s spectacular play. But don’t count Clemson out just yet.
For now, check out our College Football Championship Watch With party with Reggie, Joel Klatt, and Mike Pereira, where Bush is sharing stories like the hardest hit he ever took:
“The great @drewbrees almost got my head taken off.” 😂@ReggieBush tells the story behind the hardest hit he ever took. pic.twitter.com/DbrQYONVYq
— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) January 14, 2020

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