Monday, October 28, 2013

The Right Hash Mark Would Not Have Been My Preference

Sr Kicker Zack Czap
By MITCH RUPERT ( Sun-Gazette
The last place Zack Czap wanted to be was on the right hashmark. He didn't have much of a choice, though.

It's where the football rested and it was fourth down, so his 35 yard field-goal attempt to try and tie Saturday afternoon's game against Albright was going to come from that right hashmark.

The Lycoming kicker was already dealing with a swirling wind, and the snaps and holds on field goal and PAT attempts in the Warriors' previous two games had been anything but automatic. Despite all the factors saying the senior shouldn't be able to make the kick, he drilled it with 18 seconds to go, forcing overtime where Lycoming kept its season alive with Czap's second field goal of the day, a much easier 29-yarder.

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