Marshall’s Punter Just Punted A Ball From His Own End Zone To The Opposite 1-Yard Line

If you were wondering what the seventh-longest punt in college football history looked like, here you go.

In the first quarter of Marshall’s game against Old Dominion, Herd punter Kaare Vedvik boomed off a 92-yard kick, from well inside his own end zone, to the opposite end zone.

Granted, the 30 yards of roll helped, but a punt traveling 75 yards through the air regardless is an insane feat.

The longest previous punt before Vedvik’s was in 1972, a whopping 46 years ago.