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For two years Blair Walsh was an ace for the Georgia kicking team.
He had a kicking percentage of 91 percent in 2009 and 87 percent in 2010.
This year, he took quite a few steps back as he was 7-of-17 of kicks longer than 40 yards and had a 60 percent average on the year.
In the Outback Bowl against Michigan State, Walsh made his biggest blunder. After Georgia moved nowhere in OT, Walsh had an opportunity to win the game with a 42-yard attempt from the middle of the field.
Of course, the former ace missed. He then made a 47-yarder in second OT to tie with Michigan State heading into third OT.
His last kick for the Bulldogs would end up being a blocked 47-yard attempt to seal the victory for the Spartans.
Interestingly enough, Blair Walsh became the SEC's career scoring leader with an earlier field goal.