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Pat McAfee

Patrick "Pat" McAfee (born May 2, 1987 in Plum, Pennsylvania) is an American football punter for the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League. He was a placekicker, punter, and soccer player at West Virginia. McAfee earned the starting job at West Virginia University as a freshman. McAfee was 11 for 18 as a freshman on field goals. McAfee had 70 kickoffs for the season with 20 being touchbacks. McAfee's most memorable moment came against Louisville in a 46-44 triple overtime win. To get into overtime, the game was decided on a McAfee onside kick. The onside kick gave running back Steve Slaton the chance to tie the game with a 1 yard touchdown run. Although they had losses to Louisville and USF, the Mountaineers pulled out a 10 win season and a Gator Bowl win over Georgia Tech. McAfee started his junior season with a missed extra point against Western Michigan, ending his streak of 106 consecutive extra points. McAfee finished the season in the Fiesta Bowl with a 2 for 4 performance, having one kick blocked by Oklahoma. He was named to the ESPN All-Bowl Team following the bowl season. McAfee was named to the 2007 Lou Groza Award semi-finalist list for the best collegiate

NFL Punter -- Busted for Being Waaaaaasted

NFL Punter -- Busted for Being Waaaaaasted

Indianapolis Colts punter Pat McAfee was arrested last night and charged with public intoxication after a random woman called 911 claiming he was shirtless, "out of it" -- and tried to get in her… READ MORE >

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