This May Be The Wildest Made Field Goal In Recent College Football Memory
Well if that wasn’t the wildest 46-yard field goal in recent memory, I’m just not paying enough attention. That thing hit more bars than Johnny Manziel on St. Patty’s Day.
In a 21-13 losing effort to Georgia State, South Alabama kicker Gavin Patterson converted on a field goal with the slightest margin for error in the waning minutes of the third quarter. The ball ricocheted off the left field goal post, danced along the bottom and narrowly missed the opposite goal post in a tempter of physics. Patterson nearly Ray Finkled that kick, but instead upped his field goal conversion percentage to 82.4 on the season.
When she texts you to come over but you’ve already buffered a PornHub vid…
[h/t Total Pro Sports]