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Oct 25, 2020
zonacougar All-American
I'm never going to fault 2nd and 3rd string kids for trying to make plays when
they are in a game. This is their chance to show what they can do - for coaches, friends, family, ESPN, etc. The are competitors. They are college football players. It's their nature.

As long as coaches aren't trying to pile on - and Kalani is great that way, almost to a fault - you let the kids do what they work and train and dream to do when they get their chance.

Our punter saw something that he's been trained to look for. He did it, and he did it really well.
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