Found September 13, 2013 on Gamedayr:
Not only does Louisiana Tech's Kyle Fischer's kick clank off one upright, but then it bashed off the other before finally falling through for three points.

Louisiana Tech Kicker Hits Both Uprights And Still Makes The Field Goal

Louisiana Tech kicker Kyle Fischer will tell you that he meant to do that, making a kick that bounced off both uprights in what appeared to be some sort of trick shot.  In reality, he got lucky, but the play is still a cool, wacky happening that is rare in the football world.  Unfortunately for Fischer and Louisiana Tech, his luck ran out after that kick as he later on missed two...

Louisiana Tech Kicker Makes Pinball Style Field Goal

Normally a game between Louisiana Tech and Tulane would not garner too much attention, but the game generated a play that will (or should) end up on Sportscenter's Top 10 List. The LA Tech offense isn't quite lighting it up this season, but it is giving kicker Kyle Fischer plenty of opportunities. On the night he was 3-5, but was nearly 2-5. However, thanks to a lucky...

VIDEO: La. Tech Kicker Banks FG Off Both Uprights

Louisiana Tech couldn't hang with Tulane for four quarters last night, but Bulldogs kicker Kyle Fischer put the home team up early with one of the wackiest field goals we've ever seen. Fischer capped off the Bulldogs first drive with 24-yard attempt that his the left upright. Then the right upright. Then the turf directly behind the refs who signaled it "good."...

Photos: Terry Bradshaw, Phil Robertson honored by Louisiana Tech

Former Louisiana Tech stars Terry Bradshaw and Phil Robertson were honored prior to the Bulldogs' Thursday night game against the Tulane Green Wave.
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