Oklahoma Kicker Shares His iPad Playbook Featuring 1 Simple Instruction

Tristan ThornburghSocial Media StaffJuly 31, 2014

Michael Hunnicutt Twitter

One of the toughest tasks a college football player faces is memorizing the playbook.

One of the perks of playing for a top program is that many teams load their playbooks onto iPads to be displayed in digital form. 

Oklahoma kicker Michael Hunnicutt shared a photo of his iPad, which features just a single play he must commit to memory this season: "Kick the ball through the uprights." On a per-play basis, this particular iPad is not very economical.

[College Football Talk]

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