Found September 14, 2013 on Kegs 'n Eggs:

Via Kegs 'N Eggs:

Here’s something new. Normally, a blocked punt is followed by some sort of scramble – sometimes a touchdown, but always a scramble – and a frenzy with bodies that aren’t used to such assignments looking the part. Bowling Green linebacker Paul Senn, however, ensured that this scene did not occur against Indiana.

He blocked the Indiana punt … right off the punter’s foot. And off he went to the end zone.

Video via The Big Lead

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