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Justin Tucker, clutch, just kicked Denver out of the playoffs in 2OT.
Yep...the guy is nails
A Longhorn ends an Aggy season again. Tucker over Miller. Sweet.
45 yarder in double OT!
I'm going to need documentation proving that his full name is not in fact Justin "BAMF" Tucker.
And all set up by Peyton Manning channeling Brett Favre in the playoffs. Haha, Broncos.
Peyton has a losing record in the playoffs aka choking
Brings back good memories! Good memories!!
Who down voted me? What the hell did I say?
Has there ever been anyone more clutch that has come thru the 40? #27-25
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Probably me and my overexcited finger on my new iPad.
Control yourself there big boy!
Best part....in subfreezing temperature..........
Peyton had the famous "Manning" look right after it went through. I bet the Manning family reunions are a real great gathering!
Mack had 3 years to groom a replacement for this guy and did nothing.
He let him start for 4 years and had NOBODY in line to take over.
For a guy making $5M per, that's idiotic.
Tucker kicked for 2 years. There was another clutch kicker before him, Hunter Lawrence.
I will forever be a fan of Tucker. He's nails.
Mad respect for the savior of Aggie football.
That is so funny it makes me want to cry.
You're right. I stand corrected on the 4 year part. But Mack had nobody with any experience to replace Tucker when he graduated.
Missing on William Russ was brutal. I think that Fera would have done a great job had he not arrived with hip flexor\groin issues. Nick Jordan did the best that he could, but the bottom line is that there's no way to truly know how a kid is going to do when making the transition from high school to college. I think the only position that's tougher on a true freshman is quarterback. There's just no way to simulate the pressure of kicking in front of 100k fans with a game on the line. Jordan will get better.
What gets me is the stock that college coaches put in summer camp performances. Both Nick Jordan and Taylor Bertolet from A&M were camp phenoms with high rankings from Kohl's. Jordan had reasonable high school stats, hitting 75% of his field goals, but only 4 of 7 for his senior year. Bertolet only hit 50% of his FGs his senior year, going 4 of 8, yet Sherman thought he was worthy of a full scholarship after he tore up the camp circuit.
Justin "Better At Making Field-goals" Tucker
275-0 scoring margin
Dana X Bible's National Championship team
Agree on the pressure part. Completely asinine for a coach to put a true frosh in that position.
Does anyone know if Fera is done ? Was that a career ending injury ?
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