Michael Dickson is so good at punting that he’s leaving the Texas Longhorns a year early to enter the NFL Draft.

And the Australian is so good at punting that he was even named the MVP of Wednesday night’s Texas Bowl.

Dickson had 11 punts in the Longhorns’ 33-16 win over Missouri (it’s also crazy Texas scored 33 points despite 11 punts).

10 of the punts were inside the 20, and eight were inside the 10. Nobody in college football this year had even gotten nine punts inside the 20 in a single game.

So let’s take a look at the riveting footage of all 10 of these punts inside the 20!

The first punt probably should’ve never happened; just go for it on 4th-and-6 on the opponent’s 36. But Dickson made Tom Herman’s decision look fine with this punt that was downed at the three:

Later in the first quarter, Dickson had this punt that resulted in a fair catch at the nine-yard line:

Dickson then showed off his big leg with a 55-yard punt fair caught at the 12:

And another fair catch at the 10:

And another:

This beauty was downed at the three-yard line:

A fair catch at the 14:

This one was maybe the most incredible punt. Dickson avoided pressure from Missouri special teamers, hit the Golden Tee backspin button, and had this punt land at the one before being downed at the two:

He followed that up with this booming 58-yard punt that went out of bounds at the 10:

And he finished it up with one more punt inside the five (great work by Texas’ Josh Thompson here too):

With all of the punting the Cleveland Browns will do next season, they may want to consider drafting Dickson with one of the five picks they’re set to have in the first two rounds of the 2018 NFL Draft.


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