Grugier-Hill adds kickoffs to list of skills By Ferd Lewis firstname.lastname@example.org Posted on November 21, 2017 12:05 am For a linebacker who didn’t appear in a single play on defense Sunday, Kamehameha Schools graduate Kamu Grugier-Hill found a special role to aid in Philadelphia’s 37-9 victory over Dallas. Read More ...
Being an independent hasn’t been boon to BYU By Ferd Lewis email@example.com Posted on November 21, 2017 12:05 am Updated on November 21, 2017 at 12:06 am The last time we saw the Brigham Young University football team in these parts, the Cougars were just concluding the inaugural season of their curious adventure in independence. Read More ...
For a linebacker who didn’t appear in a single play on defense Sunday, Kamehameha Schools graduate Kamu Grugier-Hill found a special role to aid in Philadelphia’s 37-9 victory over Dallas. He stepped in as the “emergency” kicker. Grugier-Hill, who said he played soccer and punted in high school but had never kicked off, was called on to kick off four times for the Eagles, one of which went for a touchback.
UH switching back & forth between Brown & McDonald at QB on non-scoring drive inside USU N15. Bobby Curran says he doesn't know if it confuses Aggies, "but it is doing a job on us (announcers)." #HawaiiFB
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Selecting a term
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