Even being a sideline analyst can come with some scary moments, and it’s important for media members to keep their heads on a swivel.

Luckily for Lee Corso, even though he’s 82 years young, he’s worked for ESPN for three decades now, so he has a few moves in his bag of tricks if he needs to use them.

He showed that during Saturday’s Clemson-Virginia Tech game, when Tigers quarterback Kelly Bryant took off toward the sideline — headed right for Corso. No problem, though, as Corso used a jump cut of sorts to evade Bryant and avoid any sort of contact.

Moves like Jagger.