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  • Question somebody will know the answer to

    What is Sievertsen's PAT streak up to and what is the all time DI record?
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    Re: Question somebody will know the answer to

    Originally posted by GonzoCat View Post
    What is Sievertsen's PAT streak up to and what is the all time DI record?
    I thought I heard during the game at one point is was 111 or 112. The record I believe belongs to Alex Trlica of Texas Tech who made 233 in a row. Gotta like that upbeat offense. The Big 10 record (which was 22 years old) was broken this season by Northwestern kicker Jeff Budzien who made his 125th in a row.
    Last edited by havok58; 11-24-2013, 07:54 AM.

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      Re: Question somebody will know the answer to

      Tyler has hit 114 of the 114 PATs that he has attempted in his collegiate career.
      he won't set any records for quantity of XPs made, as UNI just hasn't had that high-powered of offense the past few years, but he does have the accuracy.

      According to the 2013 NCAA FCS Football Recordbook (which doesn't include anything from this year):
      HIGHEST PERCENTAGE OF EXTRA POINTS MADE
      Career:
      (Min. 100 atts.) 100%—Anders Larsson, Montana St., 1985-88 (101 of 101)
      (Min. 120 atts.) 99.2%—Brian Mitchell, Marshall/UNI, 1987, 1989-91 (130 of 131)
      so Tyler would at least tie the FCS record in that regard

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        Lets score at least 6 more touchdowns!
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          Re: Question somebody will know the answer to

          So UNI kickers have the accuracy record for 100 min attempts and 120 min attempts. Not bad.
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            Re: Question somebody will know the answer to

            Originally posted by GonzoCat View Post
            So UNI kickers have the accuracy record for 100 min attempts and 120 min attempts. Not bad.
            in FCS, yes. (and technically tied the 100 min. record, as both are at 100%).
            there have been numerous FBS kickers who have been 100% in their career

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            • #7
              Re: Question somebody will know the answer to

              Originally posted by JayJ79 View Post
              in FCS, yes. (and technically tied the 100 min. record, as both are at 100%).
              there have been numerous FBS kickers who have been 100% in their career
              I thought these were DI records, not FCS. And obviously tiebreaker goes to the one with the highest total with 100% accuracy.
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