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Bowling Green’s Paul Senn had a sick punt block today against the Indiana Hoosiers. Normally a blocked punt bounces all over the place, and then someone falls on it. Senn decided to just do it all himself. He CAUGHT the punt off the foot of the Indiana punter, and took it to the house for 6.
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The best play of the day in college football may have come just 10 minutes into the Noon showdown between Bowling Green and Indiana.
Falcons junior linebacker Paul Senn blocked a punt attempt and took the ball all the way to to end zone to tie the score at 7-7. But this was no regular punt block – Senn never let the ball touch the ground – he basically just took it away before...
Bowling Green's Paul Senn block catches a Hoosier's punt and runs it in for the 56 yard TD.
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Bowling Green did not have a good game against Indiana on Saturday. In fact, they lost 42-10 and did not score an offensive touchdown. But they did score on one of the sweetest blocked punts you will see. Linebacker Paul Senn was one of two Eagles to come in unblocked on a first quarter punt […]
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