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Friday, October 25, 2013

Ray Guy Award Candidates 2013

The Augusta Sports Council has announced 85 nominees for the 2013 Ray Guy Award, which identifies the nation's top collegiate punter. Candidates were nominated for the award by their school's sports information department. The list will be narrowed to ten semi-finalists to be announced on November 8. Following the semi-finalists announcement, a national body of Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) sports information directors, coaches, media representatives and previous Ray Guy Award winners will vote for the top three finalists, who will be identified on November 25. The voting body will then cast ballots to select the winner. The presentation of the Ray Guy Award will be featured on The Home Depot College Football Awards on Thursday, December 12th.


Zach Paul, Akron Chase Tenpenny, Nevada
Cody Mandell, Alabama Ben Skaer, New Mexico
Sam Irwin-Hill, Arkansas Cayle Chapman-Brown, New Mexico State
Steven Clark, Auburn Thomas Hibbard, North Carolina
Spencer Roth, Baylor Tyler Wedel, Northern Illinois
Nate Freese, Boston College Kyle Brindza, Notre Dame
Brian Schmiedebusch, Bowling Green Cameron Johnston, Ohio State
Scott Arellano, BYU Jed Barnett, Oklahoma
Cole Leininger, California Kip Smith, Oklahoma State
Richard Hogan, Central Michigan Tyler Campbell, Ole Miss
Darragh O'Neill, Colorado Alejandro Maldonado, Oregon
Hayden Hunt, Colorado State Keith Kostol, Oregon State
Cole Wagner, Connecticut Matt Yoklic, Pittsburgh
Will Monday, Duke Cody Webster, Purdue
Trent Tignor, East Carolina Nick Marsh, Rutgers
Austin Barnes, Eastern Michigan Joel Alesi, San Diego State
Kyle Christy, Florida Mike Loftus, SMU
Cason Beatty, Florida State Ben Rhyne, Stanford
Sean Poole, Georgia Tech Riley Dixon, Syracuse
Richie Leone, Houston Ethan Perry, TCU
Austin Rehkow, Idaho Paul Layton, Temple
Justin DuVervois, Illinois Michael Palardy, Tennessee
Connor Kornbrath, Iowa Austin Fera, Texas
Kirby Van Der Kamp, Iowa State Drew Kaser, Texas A&M
Trevor Pardula, Kansas Will Johnson, Texas State
Mark Krause, Kansas State Zach Robinson, Texas State
Anthony Melchiori, Kent State Ryan Erxleben, Texas Tech
Landon Foster, Kentucky Vince Penza, Toledo
Justin Manton, Louisiana-Monroe Will Scott, Troy
Logan McPherson, Louisiana Tech Peter Picerelli, Tulane
Ryan Johnson, Louisville Hunter Mullins, UAB
Tyler Williams, Marshall Caleb Houston, UCF
Nathan Renfro, Maryland Logan Yunker, UNLV
Tom Hornsey, Memphis Kris Albarado, USC
Pat O'Donnell, Miami (FL) Tom Hackett, Utah
Zac Murphy, Miami (OH) Taylor Hudston, Vanderbilt
Mike Sadler, Michigan State Alec Vozenilek, Virginia
Josh Davis, Middle Tennessee A.J. Hughes Virginia Tech
Peter Mortell, Minnesota Nicholas O'Toole, West Virginia
Baker Swedenburg, Mississippi State Hendrix Brakefield, Western Kentucky
Christian Brinser, Missouri Justin Schroeder, Western Michigan
Pablo Beltran, Navy Drew Meyer, Wisconsin
Sam Foltz, Nebraska

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