Chest Bump Between 170-Pound RB and 342-Pound DL Ends in Predictable Result

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistJuly 30, 2014

What do you think is going to happen when a running back tries to give a defensive lineman twice his size a chest bump?

Even though it's pretty easy to predict what would happen, Ohio State's Devonte Butler decided to give it a shot. The 5'7", 170-pound running back bounced right off the 6'4", 342-pound Chris Carter in hilarious fashion. 

The two teammates were able to share a laugh after the fact when Carter made sure that Butler was OK.

[OSU Buckeyes, h/t Dr. Saturday]

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