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Missouri punter celebrates punt down 32

COLUMBIA, MO - OCTOBER 29: Two Missouri Tigers football helmets rest on the turf during the first half of a NCAA football game against the Kentucky Wildcats on October 29, 2016, at Memorial Stadium in Columbia Missouri. (Photo by Scott Kane/Icon Sportswire)
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Saturday’s home game for the Missouri Tigers was a disappointing one, as the team was blown out by Purdue. But with the team trailing 35-3 with just over eight minutes remaining in the game, Missouri punter Corey Fatony refused to pass up the opportunity to celebrate his punt that pinned the Boilermakers at their own 2-yard line.

Fatony had a good afternoon from a statistical standpoint, as he averaged 48.2 yards per punt with four being 50 yards or longer. The fact that he had nine opportunities to put up those numbers isn’t Fatony’s fault.

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