Nevada Freshman Kicks Last Second 56-Yd FG To Win Game, Gets Scholarship In Locker Room
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Nevada's true freshman kicker Brandon Talton booted a 56-yard field goal to bring home the 34–31 comeback win over Purdue on Friday night. Then after the game, they gave him a scholarship in the locker room...
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Great for the kid and Being a parent who has paid for my sons college and now soon to be daughters ... I bet those parents partied like it was 1999 when they found out .
Reply20 months
Freaking awesome. Now make the most of it all, kid!
Reply20 months
That's what makes college sports special.
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Reply20 months
Awesome story. Love college football
Reply20 months
Should he be pissed that they were just sitting on that scholly and wouldn’t give it to him before?
Reply20 months
Earned is always better than given. Unless, of course, you are a mentally ill Democrat.
20 months
earned is always better than given, huh? i sincerely wish that you become the coach of your sec team and institute a 'no scholarships for anyone who hasn't directly won us a game' policy.
20 months
Bruh you put the goon in tigooner.
20 months
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