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So full of fail
Yea that was stupid and cost your team the game.
Everytime Washington starts to convince people they have turned the corner as a program they go and do something like this. I fvcking love it.
Haha.. I'm in Pullman, WA and you could hear the "roar" of the crowd from 2.5 miles away when they kicked the winning field goal. Epic.
Keep Calm & Stoops On..
Bark for Sark
I have never understood icing the kicker.. I think it's harder to lineup while the game clock is ticking down after a 3rd down play.. Having to get set up and kick the ball rather than calling a timeout and getting the kicker time to settle down and line up the kick.
Can any of you guys think of a time that icing the kicker has actually worked? If anything, the kicker gets a damn practice kick.
I can understand doing it for free throws but not for kicking a FG.
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
The kicker that this thread is about was successfully iced? Granted by the wrong coach.
Yeah I know.. I'm just saying.. When timeouts are involved for winning kicks, it never seems to work no matter who takes the timeout.
I agree. I've seen it backfire as often as work.
They weren't icing their own kicker just wanted to run the clock out. Snap was bad, hold was meh
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