A quick summary of notable kicking during the thirteenth week of the 2009 college football season:
Freshman kicker Ian Watts made a 33 yard FG with 1:27 giving Wyoming a 17-16 victory over Colorado State.
Junior kicker A.J. Principe hit a 22-yarder with five seconds remaining to give Buffalo a 9-6 win over Kent State in a battle of field goals.
Sophomore kicker Kevin Fitzpatrick hit a 37 yard FG in overtime to give Tulsa a win 33-30 over Memphis.
Senior kicker Brandon Hellevang made a 34 yard FG with 9:33 remaining in the 4th quarter to give North Dakota a 17-16 victory over Central Arkansas. The Fighting Sioux preserved the win by blocking a FG attempt with 17 seconds remaining.
Junior kicker Alex Lachman hit a 43 yard FG on the final play to lift Johns Hopkins to a 31-29 win over Thomas More.
Sophomore kicker Alex Zendejas hit a 32 yard FG as time expired to give Arizona a 20-17 victory over Arizona State.
Sophomore kicker Grant Ressel made four FGs, including a 27 yard game winner as time expired, in Missouri's 41-39 win over Kansas.
Junior kicker Josh Jasper hit a 41 yard FG with four seconds remaining in the 4th quarter to tie the game, and then hit a 36 yarder in over time to win it, as LSU won 33-30 over Arkansas.
Sophomore kicker Tyler Cope made a 19 yard FG with 34 seconds remaining to give San Jose State a 13-10 victory over New Mexico State.