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Bradley Roby Reveals Favorite Memory Of His Ohio State Career

Former Ohio State cornerback Bradley Roby, who was drafted 31st overall back in 2014 by the Denver Broncos, is now a Super Bowl champion. Monday, Roby logged on Twitter and gave an AMA (Ask Me Anything) for his fans. Of course, a number of questions covered his time with the Buckeyes.

Most notably, Roby was asked about his favorite memory in Columbus. His answer? Urban Meyer's first season, during which OSU finished 12-0 but was banned from playing in the postseason.

">@BradRoby_1 what's your best memory from either Ohio State or Denver so far

— Mike Davin (@DavinMike)

@BradRoby_1 what's your best memory from either Ohio State or Denver so far

— Mike Davin (@DavinMike) February 22, 2016

">February 22, 2016

">February 22, 2016

Unfortunately for Roby, he was not part of the 2014 squad that did eventually win the national title - he was already in the NFL. That being said, he did win a Super Bowl this past season - so he's likely okay.