“He’s been fairly consistent,” Johnson said Wednesday. “We’ll have a big kicking scrimmage Saturday. He’ll get a lot of work there.”
Johnson gave him a head start Thursday. He put some pressure on the junior by giving him the chance to end practice about an hour early if he could make four field goals in a row. He hit from 32, then 37 and then 42 yards. All that remained was a 47-yarder.