Weber State long snapper airmails four snaps, all resulting in safeties
Weber State may be a contract Some soccer exercises this week.
Webber State (6-0) head to Montana (6-1) In an FCS tag team battle that totals 12-1 – but Webber State’s tag team unit looks like anything but an undefeated squad.
In the first inning, the Wildcats’ long-haired Grant Sands fired four shots over Jack Burgess’ head that all went through the back of their end zone, each leading to safety.
The first of the four was from the 19-yard line—passed through the back of the end zone while flying—at least 29 yards in the air.
The problem is clearly not fixed.
The second bounced around the end zone a bit, but Montana He got two more points.
The third came from Whipper’s Special State 30. Like the second, it passed over the gambler’s head, rolled into and through the end zone and was moving too fast for anyone else to get.
Sure, Sands went to the locker room in the first half to work on his craft, right?
Well, not exactly.
Early in the third quarter, Webber State sent out a punt, you know.
On the fourth and final time, the gambler saved the problem and kicked it out of the end zone. tough day.
Four safety times is now an FCS record – Weber State lost, 43-38.