Penn State kicker Tyler Davis has had to hit some high-pressure kicks during this season.
The sophomore hit a key fourth quarter field goal in Penn State’s upset of Ohio State and also had a game-tying kick as time expired in regulation in a win over Minnesota, a victory that has started the Nittany Lions’ six-game winning streak.
But Davis never had a kick like the one he took to end practice Tuesday night.
Penn State coaches brought the school’s Blue Band onto the practice field. The band surrounded Davis, blaring “Seven Nation Army” right in his face as he attempted a long field goal.
Davis nailed it.
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That’s nothing out of the usual for Davis, who is 16-for-18 on field goals and has hit all 41 of his extra point attempts this season. He is second in scoring on the team with 89 points. Running back Saquon Barkley, who has 90 points, is the only Penn State player with more than Davis.