I was listening to WTKA towards the end of my 4 hour drive to AA, and they had an interview with Brandon Kornblue.
He said the hardest transition from HS to college was for kickers because they get to use the "T" (a block) to kick in HS but in college they have to kick off the turf. Kornblue said it took him 1-1/2 years to figure it out.
The other big problem is that 95% of all college teams do NOT have any coaches for kickers. So, they are kind of on their own to figure out any problems. He said he thought Gibbons was having technique problems not mental. He said Gibbons did not have the best technique but always had kicked well when it counted. Broekhuizen has better technique than Gibbons with a lot of high end potential.
Kornblue also said that he had heard that both kickers were making 80% of their kicks in practice.
He said he was confident the kickers would figure it out soon.
Here is the links to the audio (part 1): http://wtka.com/index.php?fuseaction=home.podcasts_sel&id=7750