Leading by three with 1:30 remaining in the game, all Rutgers needed to do was get a first down to lock up the win. A fresh set of downs would force South Florida to use its two final timeouts and then the Scarlet Knights could let the clock tick down. Instead of letting the clock run down, Rutgers running back Jawan Jamison ran over the Bulls for a 41-yard touchdown to ice the game.
And he did so by breaking out the type of spin move that you might see in a video game.
Jamison took the handoff on second-and-9, started to his right before cutting upfield through the first line of defense. Then he pulled off a perfect spin move to freeze South Florida safety Mark Joyce and leave everyone else behind as he sprinted to the end zone. The Scarlet Knights' win was sealed.
"Perfect" may actually be the only way to describe Jamison's spin move. It was quick, clean. He kept his balance and was untouched.
It was also good enough to catch former Rutgers star Ray Rice's attention.