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Stanford 28 - Oklahoma State 24, 5:21 3rd Quarter: After an injury timeout, the Cowboys kick a chipshot field goal to move within 4 of Stanford.
Even though the NFC Championship Game was the classic example of what's wrong with the current system -- a single-possession OT with a kickoff return to the 39, two defensive penalties and a 40-yard chipshot field goal to decide the NFC title -- there's no real momentum for change.
And it was your coach's (failed) decision to go for the TD on 4th down with eight seconds left in the 1st half rather than kicking the chipshot FG and a 12-0 lead.
It was now or never, Green already missed an extra point, and if he missed this chipshot field goal, the Lions would leave the already emptying out Superdome with a win.
blink nailed the issue. chipshot, very interesting and authoritative.
what i smy chances of getting a D1 or D2 scholorship? im a placekicker in high school, im also a junior. .i can make 50 yarders 9 times out of 10, and anything up to the 30 yrd line is basically a chipshot. im 5'11 and bench-185, squat-315, PC-185, and run a 4.88 40 yrd dash. my GPA isnt that great but i have passed all of my classes through this grade.