So, in the last few weeks we've seen:
1. A Minnesota team record two safeties against a Wisconsin team, and the following week, a Wisconsin team record two safeties against a Minnesota team.
2. A tie. In which one QB admitted to not knowing that ties happen in the NFL.
3. The first 11-10 final score in NFL history on an improperly disallowed defensive score on the last play of the game.
4. The Wisconsin Badgers winning a game in overtime against a division 2 team, after trailing all day, because the division two team missed 3 PATs, including one in overtime.
I happen to know for a fact that I can hit 70% of my PATs even after downing 6 shots of tequila. At least I used to be able to.
5. A fair catch kick! And an ugly one at that.
Non-fun fact: The last successful fair catch kick in the NFL was by Mac Percival in 1968, scoring the game-winning field goal for the Chicago Bears against the Green Bay Packers.
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