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LSU kicker signee Cade York drilled a record long 59-yard field goal during the Under Armour All-American game on Thursday night in Orlando, FL. It was York's second made field goal of the night:


Here is footage of York's first field goal:





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Tigers are riding a high wave in kicking game this year and years to come....... Les was traveling to Australia yearly to enjoy the sights, sounds and scenes but coming up goose eggs for a kicking game....
Reply31 months
Awesome and glad to see we have another good kick. Am looking forward to us dropping 6's rather than 3's on opponents.
Reply31 months
Has the rant nicknamed him the Duke of York yet?
Reply31 months
Please don't fall down on kickoffs. That was embarrassing.
Reply31 months
Saw him in person at the Prosper-Plano game. His kicks are better decribed as ICBMs than cannon shots. High and long like a Dustin Johnson drive. All KOs exited the end zone. LSU got what may may be a perennial pro bowl kicker. No exaggeration.
Reply31 months
Ahhhhh,,,,
31 months
DBU and now KU
Reply31 months
Ensminger just got a non-viagra induced erection. Our redzone offense can still suck moving forward! We got a guy for that :nana:
Reply31 months
Once we are inside the 40, conservative playcalling!
31 months
Awesomeness X 1000000000000! And he will be kicking in DV, WOW, just WOW.
Reply31 months
Ooooh,,,
Reply31 months
Big shoes to fill and Cade is already outgrowing them
Reply31 months
I'm saying it here now. We are going to curb stomp some teams next year. I would be in favor of White coming back strictly to coach, lead, motivate, get his degree and not play in a single game his senior year unless he wants to. This team with Burrow leading the offense, Steve giving him more autonomy, the new depth, a hard offseason for the LOS players, this depth on defense and all these contributors coming back for another year is going to make a huge difference in next years team. I can't wait for next season already. Burrow was probably the best recruit we could have gotten for the simple fact that he can teach all the younger generation how to play tough, study and lead your team to a victory every week. I think when he leaves Myles will be more than ready to sling that ball around the next season and the OL should be in much better shape for a passing game at that point in time. I'm excited about the future at several positions that have just been non existent for a long time. Go Tigers!
Reply31 months
The 59 yarder is great, but I am more impressed with the one he paused on and still drilled it. The body control and mental ability to do that is pretty damn impressive.
Reply31 months
Thats insane he’ll be blasting 60 yarders before his Jr. season
Reply31 months
If Culp and Gonsulin are on scholarship, it might be time to free them up if this guy has it.
Reply31 months
Didn't Culp get released after last season?
31 months
Gonsoulin*
31 months
The one he paused on was a shorter kick (I think 39 yards, the second video); the 59-yarder was a normal kick (first video). Both are incredible skills to have though and will be immensely valuable! Excited he's a Tiger!
Reply31 months
Damn he lost like most his momentum stopping and still hit it
Reply31 months
Wow so we can get points if we make it to the 42. That’s an extra 6-9 ppg
Reply31 months
That's a hell of a play. To make that kick in general is insane but to be able to just pause midway like that, let the dude go by then calmly drill a 59 yarder.. that dudes gonna be a weapon
Reply31 months
Amazing adjustment to the defender there, he was going to block it clean. Amazing play. Not many people have made 59-yarders in competition and I bet none stopped in mid stride. Our kicking game looks to be in good hands. We all know how good that feels after this year.
31 months
The kick with the pause was great, but that was a shorter kick in the game.
31 months
That was a 39 yard kick when he did that. Still unbelievable to have the wherewithal to pull it off that smoothly at his age.
31 months
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