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place kick

Football
a kick in which the ball is placed in position before it is kicked
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I don't know him, but I heard the story, it's really tough," Oregon placekicker Aidan Schneider said of his counterpart.
Tech returns punter Nick McCaskill and placekicker Travis Cockerham.
Horned Frogs wide receiver Josh Doctson was on the FWAA first team and placekicker Jaden Oberkrom is on the second team.
According to Michael Husted, a former NFL placekicker who trained Rugland, the young Norwegian is comparable to Oakland Raiders standout Sebastian Janikowski, a massive kicker with a penchant for long field goals.
Bradley, who also saw action at linebacker, placekicker and punter, also found time to run outside, relying on misdirection and big holes created by his offensive line to constantly frustrate Rio Mesa, which scored its lone touchdown on a 3-yard run by Lewis, who finished with 86 yards.
There is only one player more important to winning or losing a football game than the quarterback, and that's the placekicker, the lonely specialist who must swing the tide of victory, often in the last moments of the game, with his foot.
His father was a punter and placekicker at Amherst College.
10 auto accident which led to the arrest of Bruins placekicker Justin Medlock for driving under the influence of alcohol.
Portland State, Eastern Washington, Northern Colorado, Sacramento State and Oregon State have shown interest in the all-state punter and placekicker.
Van Blarcom does kick field goals in practice and said he eventually wants to be the placekicker.
Missing from the home team are Australia's regular skipper, playmaker and placekicker.
Having lost their Division One opener against Clontarf, Old Crescent sent full back Ken Barrett on a crash course with former great placekicker Campbell.