First, we locate the patch number with git log.
Then we dump it out as a patch
git format-patch -1 05bc54585b5e6bea5e87ec59420a7eb3de5c7f10 --stdout > changes.patch
(note that the -1 switch limits the number of patches...by default, git-format will pull many more.)
Once we know that we have the patches that we wish to roll back, we run this command:
git apply --reverse --reject changes.patch
Finally, we commit the reverse-changes.
The big thing is the -1 switch on git format. Many of the articles I found were pulling a large number of patches and I did not need it.