Bowling Green kicker Jake Suder could earn a scholarship if he made a 53-yard field goal.

By Khadrice Rollins
August 17, 2017

For Bowling Green kicker Jake Suder, Tuesday's practice presented the most pressure-packed situation possible.

According to Yahoo! Sports, Suder was having a good practice, so coach Mike Jinks decided put some pressure on his next field goal: Make it, and get a scholarship.

Suder's career long field goal is 44 yards and he made this kick with ease, so it looks like he will be ready for any high-pressure field goals this season.

Suder was the team's primary kicker last season, going nine-of-12 on field goals and 35-of-38 on extra points.

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Bowling Green opens its season at Michigan State on Sept. 2.

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