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George Kittle is not like most folks. As much as calling football players “warriors” is a cliche, it’s not hard to imagine Kittle thriving in the trenches of Ancient Greece as a Spartan. He might be the best player in the National Football League, and he showed both his quality and absurd, almost lunatic-like relentlessness in a game-sealing play on Sunday.
On 4th-and-2, with the 49ers not just needing a first down, but about 30 yards to get in Robbie Gould’s field goal range. Not only did Kittle (6 receptions, 67 yards, 1 TD) convert, but he rumbled downfield with the reckless abandon of a human wrecking ball. With his facemask being held, Kittle kept churning. In a moment, the 49ers went from being out of control of their own destiny to a moment from pulling off the defining victory of the NFL season.
Max Duffy has turned the disappointment of being delisted by the Fremantle Dockers into claiming US college football’s top punting prize.
Duffy was named winner of the Ray Guy Award at the National College Football Awards ceremony in Atlanta on Thursday after a sensational season punting for the University of Kentucky.
It continues Australia’s dominance of the punting honour with Duffy the sixth former Aussie rules player to claim the award in the past seven years.
“It’s good to get it back to Australia where it belongs,” Duffy said on stage at the ceremony.
Australia’s winning streak was broken last year when American-born Texas A&M punter Braden Mann won.
Duffy, a 26-year-old from Perth, was up against fellow Australian Dane Roy, who played for Bendigo in the VFL and punts for the University of Houston, and American-born Syracuse University punter Sterling Hofrichter.
After his AFL disappointment, Duffy joined the highly-successful Melbourne-based Prokick Australia punting academy run by Nathan Chapman and John Smith and signed with the University of Kentucky in 2017.
It’s a similar path to a pack of Aussie rules discards.
Former Sydney Swans junior Michael Dickson won the Ray Guy in 2017, was snapped up by the Seattle Seahawks in the NFL Draft and as a rookie sensation last year received All-Pro and Pro Bowl honours.
Perth’s Mitch Wishnowsky won the Ray Guy in 2016 punting for the University of Utah and is now a member of the red-hot San Francisco 49ers.
Melbourne’s Tom Hackett claimed the award in 2014 and 2015 also punting for the University of Utah, and Geelong’s Tom Hornsey won it in 2013 for the University of Memphis.
Duffy, Roy, Dickson, Wishnowsky, Hackett, Hornsey and NFL players Cameron Johnston (Philadelphia Eagles), Jordan Berry (Pittsburgh Steelers) and Lachlan Edwards (New York Jets) all attended Prokick before their US stints.