TCU’s ‘Bazooka’ is locked and loaded with details

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Griffin Kell and Jordy Sandy celebrate after TCU’s 29-28 win over Baylor (Frogs Today/Melissa Triebwasser).


By David Beaudin
Frogs Today Staff 

WACO — Bazooka.

That was the call. It is practiced every Thursday by TCU, and it is the Horned Frogs’ version of “emergency field goal.”

TCU special-teams coordinator Mark Tommerdahl demands that the “Bazooka Kick” is done at full speed during practice, as opposed to going through the motions.

It was the winning play in TCU’s 29-28 victory Saturday over Baylor, as Griffin Kell booted a 40-yard field goal as time expired.

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