Yard Field Goal

Some articles on yard field goal, yard, yards:

1962 NFL Championship Game - Scoring Summary
... First Quarter GB- Kramer 26 yard field goal 3-0 GB Second Quarter GB-Taylor 7 yard run (Kramer kick) 10-0 GB Third Quarter NY- Collier block punt recovery ...
2000 Buffalo Bills Season - Regular Season - Schedule - Week 2: Vs. Green Bay Packers
... wind 7 mph Source Pro-Football-Reference.com Scoring summary 2 Bills Jeremy McDaniel 6 yard pass from Rob Johnson (Steve Christie kick) Bills 7-0 2 Bills Steve Christie 45 yard field goal Bills 10-0 ...
2001 Oregon Ducks Football Team - Game Notes - Oregon State
46,075 Television network ABC Source USA Today Scoring summary 1 Oregon St Kirk Yliniemi 43 yard field goal Oregon St 3-0 1 Oregon Jared Siegel 44 yard field goal Tie 3-3 2 ...
2000 Humanitarian Bowl
... Boise State scored first on a 28 yard touchdown pass from quarterback Bart Hendricks to Jay Swillie giving the Broncos a 7-0 lead ... In the second quarter, Nick Calaycay kicked a 41 yard field goal to give the Broncos a 10-0 lead ... UTEP got on the board following a 9 yard connection from Rocky Perez to Joey Knapp making it 10-7 ...
2000 Buffalo Bills Season - Regular Season - Schedule - Week 1: Tennessee Titans
... summary Quarter Time Drive Team Scoring information Score Plays Yards TOP Titans Bills 2 Bills Peerless Price 15-yard touchdown reception from Rob Johnson, Steve Christie kick good 2 ... Titans 38-yard field goal by ...

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