Vanderbilt kicker Sarah Fuller made history on Saturday when she became the first woman to score in
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Vanderbilt kicker Sarah Fuller made history on Saturday when she became the first woman to score in a Power 5 college football game...
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Ummmm...has everyone just forgotten about Kathy Ireland?
Reply4 months
Of course it's PR. Why does this offend you? It was a low kick, so what? Do you think females will now be taking male place kicker positions? She is a good female athlete. Nothing more will Come of this. Don't melt snowflakes.
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WGAS
Reply4 months
they used another kicker for their FG. Proves she’s just a PR stunt.
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Mvp
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Mvp
Reply4 months
Literally any mildly athletic make could do the same thing. That's was a really low kick
Reply4 months
agreed, very low kick. And why didn’t Vandy let her kick their FG?
4 months
She is nothing more than a special needs child the team let’s run for touchdown during a spring game as they feign trying to tackle
Reply4 months
I clicked on this just to say that no one cares. (did not watch video - hurray! kick an extra point!!)
Reply4 months
Let one get blocked, and her get lit up like a Christmas tree... we’ll see how many glass ceilings she wants to break after that....
Reply4 months
So BRAVE. Who frickin cares.
Reply4 months
This is the biggest event in Vanderbilt football history...and that’s sad.
Reply4 months
Add her to the Vandy ring of honor.
4 months
And all of the Poliboard Patriots lost their shite.
Reply4 months
Media: SJW 24/7 for two weeks Random on the internet: SJW is kinda getting annoying You simps: Haha look at this MAGAt lose his shit!
4 months
i wonder how many of her teammates gave her a nice pat on the ass.
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Nice form
Reply4 months
Did all the pussies cry again? Idiots.
Reply4 months
SJW's destroy everything. Only liberal filth can make "history" for someone making an extra point.
Reply4 months
frick that bitch.
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5 or 15 yd. variety?
4 months
Just added her to the Heisman watch list.
Reply4 months
It’s an extra point...
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