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Myles Garrett doesn’t care about your holding ‘skills’
Mike Bercovici #2 of the Arizona State Sun Devils drops back to pass during the second half of their game against the Texas A&M Aggies during the Advocare Texas Kickoff at NRG Stadium on September 5, 2015 in Houston, Texas. *** Local Caption *** Mike Bercovici

On the game-changing play by Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett, where he blew by an Arkansas offensive tackle for a sack/fumble that helped send the game into overtime, he obviously held. To Arkansas lineman Denver Kirkland’s dismay, who committed the uncalled penalty, it didn’t matter.

Arkansas came into the game as one of five teams without a sack given up. Sometimes you’re gonna run into an obstacle that keeps you from maintaining a streak. In Kirkland’s case, that obstacle’s name is Myles Garrett.

That’s an obvious dare to other programs who think they’re going to leave a lineman one-on-one with Garrett.

[h/t Good Bull Hunting]

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