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Sarah Fuller Kicking Analysis - What Actually Happened for Vanderbilt's Record Setting Kicker

Thanks for watching "Sarah Fuller Kicking Analysis - What Actually Happened for Vanderbilt's Record Setting Kicker" Let me know in the comments what you thought and what kicking analysis you want to see next! Source for Thumbnail: The Vanderbilt Hustler Source for Videos: SEC Network by ESPN Script: With all of their specialists in Covid protocol - Vanderbilt turned to former SEC champion goalkeeper Sarah Fuller - who became the first woman to kick in a power 5 game. Let’s take a look at her record breaking performance. Fuller’s opportunity came during the second half kickoff: a well-executed squib kickoff. She starts about 4 yards back and 3 over - and after a short run up she mashes a line drive. To get it out of the way… this was intentional and executed very well. At contact and during the follow through both her hips and torso are facing to the right and her follow through is predictably in the direction the ball went. The Entire Kickoff coverage unit immediately funnels directionally to her aim point on the right sideline. The ball bloops down at the 38 yard line and the returner is forced to jump on the bouncing ball at the 35 yard line. No return on the play and Missouri starts their drive on their own 35 (not to mention an awkward bounce could have resulted in a vandy recovery). On the broadcast the announcers said she had been practicing the squib kickoff all week - a low risk play perfectly executed by a player who had only been kicking a football for a week. I would have loved to see her make an extra point or field goal - but perhaps that day isn’t so far away in college football. Let me know in the comments what you think.
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