The Kansas City Chiefs ran a clever trick play in the first quarter of the Super Bowl that featured four players doing a synchronized spin before the snap to set up a run.
After the game, Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy told reporters that the team took the play from a 1940s Rose Bowl game and had practiced it for some time.
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While the original play did not feature the spin move, it nonetheless was effective in helping the Chiefs set up their first score of the game.
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