During a college football game, all a college kicker needs to pay attention to is when to be on the field a for a field-goal attempt and he needs to make the kick. Wake Forest Demon Deacons kicker Nick Sciba failed to do both on Saturday.
Midway through the first quarter, the Demon Deacons’ special-teams unit set up for a field goal with everyone in position. Except for Sciba, who was still on the sideline practicing his kicks.
Wake Forest's kicker Nick Sciba was still practicing when he was supposed to be on the field…
He still got on in time, but of course, he missed the FG. pic.twitter.com/mkIIQKKhVc
— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) September 22, 2018
Fortunately, someone seemed to get Sciba’s attention and he sprinted onto the field with 18 seconds left on the play clock and he had enough time to complete his routine.
Unfortunately, the extra practices on the sideline still didn’t help as his kick hooked off the upright.
One thing is for certain, Sciba will be ready to take the field when it is his time to kick again. In fact, he might be the first player on the field to make up for this hilarious sequence.