Brosh and Cliburn went to basic training together at Fort Sill just after 9/11 in October 2001. They spent the rest of their military careers together in Bravo Battery. Later, they were roommates and in Bruesch's squad together in Iraq. He joined the OIL fraternity in 2014 when the OIL expanded. His team name is a play on the Bravo Buzzards nickname of the Oklahoma Army National Guard battery he and Cliburn belonged to and the fantasy football term for an undeserving running back who "steals" another running back's touchdown. In 2018, he vultured his first championship.