The enigmatic one is in full effect. Jacob Rodgers split opinion pretty evenly for most of his career. He was wildly inconsistent as a Freshman famously, or infamously, missing the first two PAT's of his career as a Freshman against Southeast Missouri State in 2007 and for the first three games he hit on just 50 per cent of his field goal attempts.
The watershed moment was against Oregon State in that 2007 season. It was only a week after his disastrous start against the SEMO Redhawks. But Rodgers put that behind him and had arguably his best game as a Bearcat hitting all four extra points and going two for two on Field Goals including a career long 55 yard bomb. Rodgers became a steady and reliable kicker and when he hung up his boots it was as the all time career leader in points scored.
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