Monkey rolls. Bear crawls. Meat grinders. The gauntlet.
Any of these ring a bell? If you’ve played football, they might – and you may have even had your bell rung participating in them.
We’re talking about practice drills, of course. And after a video from a Dakota State University football practice went viral this week, consider adding “dizzy punt” to the aforementioned list.
The video made the rounds on ESPN.com, highlighting the sick punting skills of Trojans head coach Josh Anderson (closest to the camera) and defensive coordinator Cory Miller. Dizzy punt’s objective is simple: Hold a golf club and spin around it 12 times, ditch the wrench, pick up a pigskin and do your best Ray Guy impression.
Go ahead and try not to laugh when both coaches’ biffs get a slow-motion treatment.
Dizzy punt is no Oklahoma drill, but it’s hilarious. Do try at home. And if you’ve…
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