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Sunday, October 10, 2010

Big Kickers on Campus, 2010 week 6

A summary of notable kicking during the sixth week of the 2010 college football season:

Junior kicker John Potter had a 25 yard FG, six PATs, an 8 yard TD run on a fake, a fumble recovery, and a tackle in Western Michigan's 45-16 win over Ball State.

Senior kicker San San Te hit a 34 yard FG with 13 seconds remaining to give Rutgers a 27-24 win over Connecticut.

Senior kicker Dan Bailey made four FGs (52, 25, 52 & 47 yards) in Oklahoma State's 54-28 win over Louisiana-Lafayette.

Junior kicker Derek Dimke made four FGs (50, 31, 41 & 37 yards) in Illinois' 33-13 win over Penn State.

Sophomore kicker Philippe Panico hit a 19 yard FG as time expired to give Yale a 23-20 win over Dartmouth.

Senior kicker Steve Ivanisevic made four FGs (48, 49, 39 & 33 yards) in Washburn's 40-28 win over Nebraska-Omaha.

Senior kicker David Ruffer made three FGs ( yards) in Notre Dame's 23-17 win over Pittsburgh. He currently has an Irish record sixteen consecutive made field goals.

Freshman kicker Aaron Jamieson hit a 28 yard FG with 29 seconds remaining to give Central Missouri State a 30-27 win over Fort Hays State.

Senior kicker Josh Jasper made two FGs (45 & 39 yards) and run for a 1st down off a fake FG on the final game-winning drive in LSU's 33-29 win over Florida.

Junior kicker Zak King made a 38 yard FG with 1:07 remaining to give Emporia State a 17-14 win over Pittsburg State.

Senior kicker Nate Whitaker made a 30 yard FG as time expired to give Stanford a 37-35 win over USC.

Sophomore kicker Tyler Stampler hit a 22 yard FG with 1:56 remaining to give New Mexico State a 16-14 win over New Mexico.

Senior kicker Wes Byrum made a 24 yard FG as time expired to give Auburn a 37-34 win over Kentucky.

Senior kicker R.P. Lopez hit a 41 yard FG in overtime to give Wingate a 38-35 win over Carson-Newman.

Freshman kicker Cory Mundt hit a 20 yard FG with with 13 seconds left to give William Paterson a 31-28 win over Morrisville State.

If we missed someone that should be on the above list, please let us know!

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