Austin Rehkow, a high school kicker at Central Valley in Spokane Valley, Washington, made this 67-yard field goal in the final seconds of regulation to tie the game, and his team prevailed in overtime. The kick by Rehkow was a state record according to the Seattle Times, and tied him for the second longest kick in high school football history. (The longest was 68 by Dirk Borgognone of Reno, Nevada in 1985.) Rehkow has three field goals over 50 yards this season, but according to ESPN, only has a partial scholarship offer from Eastern Washington. [Times video via Adam]
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Doesn’t seem to be a bad indicator.
It’s the AFC South so everyone chill.