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It's called a squib kick

Posted on: October 8, 2019 at 08:32:08 CT
reick MU
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Since the situation is pretty infrequent I doubt most coaches plan or practice for the situation much if at all and just choose to kick it out of the end zone. They have an obvious advantage here that most choose not to exploit for whatever reason. That doesn't seem like a good reason to change the rule
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Random thought-- rule change proposal . . . - Tigerborn MU - 10/7 22:01:41
     The kicking teams coach should take advantage of the - reick MU - 10/8 08:20:04
          What would you suggest they do? If you try to. . . - Tigerborn MU - 10/8 08:23:13
               It's called a squib kick - reick MU - 10/8 08:32:08
                    You're right that the scenario I described would not... - Tigerborn MU - 10/8 11:35:36
                         LOL. Yeah you could say that about a lot of plays - reick MU - 10/8 12:55:34
     Don't see any big problem with that idea.(nm) - GA Tiger MU - 10/8 07:32:06
          That's why it will never be adopted - mu7176grad MU - 10/8 09:20:59
     I have long thought that the kickoff should go as - alwaysright MU - 10/7 22:08:53
          I think this is the best option(nm) - MizzouAstro MU - 10/8 08:04:29
          12 1/2 (nm) - SwampTiger MU - 10/7 22:28:42
               In current practice yes, but I would make them use - alwaysright MU - 10/8 07:21:02
                    So, put the ball on the 10? I'd be OK with that, but . . . - Tigerborn MU - 10/8 08:04:00
                         Could work. I just don’t like the fact that - alwaysright MU - 10/8 12:34:52




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