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    Switch-Footed Kicker

    This kid is not a Nebraska recruit but I thought it was a somewhat interesting story (for a slow news day)...

    Philadelphia senior star punts with left foot, kicks field goals with right


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    An ambipedal kicker....I'm lucky to walk and chew gum at the same time.
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    Lot of kids who play soccer are two footed kids (can kick and dribble with either one)....I was....checkout most soccer goalies....they can kick with either foot from the ground....punting....a different story altogether...so that is pretty cool....
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    Actually since those two are completely different leg motions that might just be crazy enough to work.

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    If I tried to kick something with my left foot, I'd fall down and/or pull something.
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