Found May 09, 2012 on Blue Cougar Football:
Fresh off his two-year church mission to Macon, Georgia, Brigham Young Cougars place kicker Justin Sorensen was one of several sophomores being counted on by coaches and fans to make the 2011 season special. The unicycle riding high school all-American was highly touted for kicking 60-yard field goals. Sorensen ended 2011 without a single 50-yard field goal and he missed five of his last eight field goal attempts. Many felt Sorensen belonged in the group of sophomore slouches. A closer look at Sorensen’s play suggests he belongs with Kyle Van Noy in the group of sophomore successes. Anyone who listened to Greg Wrubell or read his Cougar Tracks blog during the last month of the season is well aware that Sorensen finished the season a perfect 48 of 48 on point after touchdown (PAT) kicks, and that this feat has only been achieved two other times in BYU history. Unbeknownst to most people, however, is that Sorensen finished in the BYU all-time top 10 for three major statistical categor...

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