You win some and you lose some, and on Saturday, Benny Snell was on the losing end.

Snell, the former Kentucky standout running back, got trucked in practice by rookie linebacker Devin Bush. During one-on-one blocking drills, Bush got the better of the former Wildcats back.

The Steelers drafted Bush with the No. 10 pick overall this past spring, and Pittsburgh later drafted Snell in the fourth round.

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In three career seasons at Kentucky, Snell racked up 737 carries for 3,873 yards and 48 touchdowns. Last season alone, Snell rushed for 1,449 yards and 16 touchdowns.

Bush was the B1G Defensive Player of the Year in 2018, and it’s easy to see why he was so coveted by Mike Tomlin and the Steelers.

Snell and Bush hope to have an impact as rookies.