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COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio State football fans never really saw what Nick Bosa and Chase Young could be together near their primes.

The world saw what the combo could do Sunday night, and it nearly led the San Francisco 49ers to a Super Bowl LVIII victory. That pass rush helped limit the Kansas City to three first-half points, but Patrick Mahomes eventually rallied the Chiefs for a 25-22 overtime victory and repeat Super Bowl championship.

Young sacked Mahomes on the game’s second possession. He also pressured Mahomes into an intentional grounding penalty later in the game.

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