While watching the Cowboys-Titans game last night, I saw the soon to be cut kicker of the Titans hit the huge TV/Scoreboard over the Cowboys new field. They said this is 90' in the air, and I began to think that the Glick is only 85', and Zoltan the Space Emperor has been trying to hit the ceiling, but has been unsuccessful. Many kickers are saying that they will be able to hit the scoreboard and that 90' is too low. It made me think that if Zoltan can't hit 85', but many punters in the NFL will be hitting the scoreboard at 90', how is he the top rated punter in college? I know punting is not all about kicking the ball straight up, but more outward for height and distance, but I did find it odd that everyone thinks the Glick ceiling isn't within reach of kickers, yet this new scoreboard is. Just a thought.
“The player development is the main thing I like (about Michigan),” Williams said. “You can see that they develop their players. They get them in the gym and they work them hard. And their hard work pays off.”