Where the Punter Hits Like a Free Safety

Occasionally I tell people that Hines Ward epitomizes Pittsburgh: He's a wide receiver who likes to hit defenders. Not just block them. Hit them. And he gets up smiling.

this same ethic may explain the Steelers' drafting Baylor punter Daniel Sepulveda. Chris points to this video. Our man is the punter -- and the tackler. Can Chris Gardocki do that?

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1 Response to "Where the Punter Hits Like a Free Safety"

Mark Rauterkus said... 5/06/2007 5:42 PM

Baylor guys have done well in Pittsburgh -- as I've gone to school there too!

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