Bryant Kick

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1977 Kentucky Wildcats Football Team - Game Notes - Penn State
20 yard field goal PSU 3-0 1 PSU Cefalo 75 yard punt return (Bahr kick) PSU 10-0 1 KEN Owens 23 yard interception return (Bryant kick) PSU 10-7 2 KEN Servino 1 yard run (Bryant kick) KEN 14-10 2 PSU Guman 29 ...
2008 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Season - Game Summaries - Week 14: At Carolina Panthers
... Late in the first quarter, Tampa Bay drove to the Carolina 22, but Matt Bryant's field goal bounced off the upright no good ... They failed to score a touchdown, and Matt Bryant instead tied the game at 3-3 ... later, Jeff Garcia connected to Antonio Bryant for a 50-yard touchdown bomb, tying the score at 10-10 ...
2008 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Season - Game Summaries - Week 4: Vs. Green Bay Packers
... The resulting good field position led to a Matt Bryant field goal, and a 10-7 lead ... Earlier in the week, Bryant suffered tragedy off the field, with the death of his 3-month old son Tryson ... Before the end of the second quarter, Bryant kicked another field goal, and the Buccaneers led 13-7 at halftime ...
2008 Chicago Bears Season - Regular Season - Week 3: Vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Scoring Summary
4 yd TD pass from Brian Griese to Ike Hilliard (Matt Bryant kick) (TB 7-6) Q2 - TB - 526 - Gaines Adams 45 yd interception return TD (Bryant kick) (Bryant kick) (TB 14-6) Q4 - CHI - 638 - 19 yd TD pass from Kyle ...
2008 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Season - Game Summaries - Week 17: Vs. Oakland Raiders
... third quarter, Tampa Bay again went on a long scoring drive, capping it off with a Matt Bryant field goal, and a 17-14 lead ... Q Team Time Scoring play Score 2 Oak 1044 Bush 4-yard run (Janikowski kick) Oak 7-0 2 TB 545 Williams 9-yard run (Bryant kick) 7-7 2 Oak 035 3-yard TD pass from Russell to Schilens (Jan ...

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