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SQUIB KICK COSTS OU A WIN!
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Posted by 7for07
Replies: 3

Why do teams do a squib kick? Can anyone name an example where a team didn't do a squib kick and that team lost?

I can only remember squib kicks costing teams a sure win.

Reply by Drew Martin

They seem to do more harm than good lately

Reply by wolf29

Squib kick wasn't a good choice, but they were still up 2 TDs at half, so hard to say it cost them the game. How about playing a little defense, especially against the run? Oklahoma had plenty of chances to put this one away.

Reply by Ian Cameron

The timing of that squib kick was the most damning part of it all. Oklahoma had complete control and momentum of the game at that point but that squib pretty much gave Georgia a free 3 points and a much needed spark which they rode into Halftime and carried it over in the second half.

The play was bad but to me the timing of its occurrence made it even worse.

 
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