When you are recruited out of high school to play football at a Division I football program, you probably expect to come in and make a big impact. Well, unless you’re a deep snapper.
Don’t get me wrong, deep snappers are important and can make or break a game. However, you’re probably not going to see the field much except to maybe hold kicks for the starting guy.
That’s exactly what Austin Fischer of Iowa State does. In Saturday’s season-opening loss to rival Iowa, Fischer provided a pretty amazing moment following an extra point try that Cole Netten booted through the uprights. Trent of Barstool Sports shared this video on Vine.
I love the enthusiasm, but it’s just an extra point. You’re guy didn’t just win you the game, especially since they lost 31-17. I mean, maybe he’s just excited because he had never done anything like that before then. Maybe he was just excited because his team actually put more points up on the board.
Either way, he isn’t Tiger Woods and he didn’t just win the green jacket at the Masters. At least he gave us a pretty funny moment to enjoy though.
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