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                   *** 2014 NCAA FBS Field Goal Statistics ***
                    (Complete through Saturday, October 18th)
 
                             From The Sports Network
 
                              F I E L D   G O A L S
 
 Rank        Player                        G  FGM FGA   FG/Gm
  1. Ben Grogan, Oklahoma St.              7   17  21    2.43
  2. Josh Lambert, West Virginia           7   16  21    2.29
  2. Scott Secor, Ball St.                 7   16  19    2.29
  4. Andy Phillips, Utah                   6   13  15    2.17
  4. Casey Skowron, Arizona                6   13  18    2.17
  6. Corey Acosta, Southern Miss.          7   14  17    2.00
  6. Roberto Aguayo, Florida St.           7   14  14    2.00
  6. Sam Ficken, Penn St.                  6   12  14    2.00
  6. Ian Frye, Virginia                    7   14  16    2.00
 10. Kyle Bullard, Houston                 7   13  15    1.86
 10. Sean Ianno, UTSA                      7   13  17    1.86
 12. Garrett Schwettman, Western Ky.       6   11  14    1.83
 13. Zane Gonzalez, Arizona St.            5    9  11    1.80
 14. Brad Craddock, Maryland               7   12  12    1.71
 14. Jeremiah Detmer, Toledo               7   12  15    1.71
 14. Elliott Fry, South Carolina           7   12  13    1.71
 14. Tyler Hadden, Hawaii                  7   12  15    1.71
 14. Ammon Lakip, Clemson                  7   12  16    1.71
 14. Joey Slye, Virginia Tech              7   12  17    1.71
 14. Josiah Yazdani, Ohio                  7   12  16    1.71
 21. Daniel Carlson, Auburn                6   10  13    1.67
 22. Austin MacGinnis, Kentucky            7   11  16    1.57
 23. Austin Lopez, San Jose St.            6    9  17    1.50
 23. Jaden Oberkrom, TCU                   6    9  13    1.50
 23. Tyler Tate, Bowling Green             8   12  15    1.50
 26. Jonathan Barnes, Louisiana Tech       7   10  14    1.43
 26. Kyle Brindza, Notre Dame              7   10  14    1.43
 26. Will Conant, Air Force                7   10  11    1.43
 26. Dan Goodale, Boise St.                7   10  14    1.43
 26. Donald Hageman, San Diego St.         7   10  12    1.43
 26. Ross Martin, Duke                     7   10  10    1.43
 26. Aaron Medley, Tennessee               7   10  13    1.43
 26. Carl Salazar, Tulsa                   7   10  14    1.43
 34. Austin Taylor, FIU                    8   11  16    1.38
 34. John Wallace, Louisville              8   11  14    1.38
 36. Francisco Velez, Florida              6    8   9    1.33
 37. Chris Blewitt, Pittsburgh             7    9  10    1.29
 37. Drew Brown, Nebraska                  7    9  12    1.29
 37. Kyle Federico, Rutgers                7    9  11    1.29
 37. Adam Griffith, Alabama                7    9  13    1.29
 37. Mike Hunnicutt, Oklahoma              7    9  12    1.29
 37. Marvin Kloss, South Fla.              7    9  11    1.29
 37. Anthony Melchiori, Kent St.           7    9  14    1.29
 37. Cole Murphy, Syracuse                 7    9  10    1.29
 37. Austin Rehkow, Idaho                  7    9  13    1.29
 37. Cameron Van Winkle, Washington        7    9  10    1.29
 47. Paul Griggs, Purdue                   8   10  12    1.25
 48. Andrew Gantz, Cincinnati              6    7   8    1.17
 48. Bobby Puyol, UConn                    6    7   9    1.17
 50. Ka'Imi Fairbairn, UCLA                7    8  11    1.14
 50. Justin Haig, Marshall                 7    8  10    1.14
 50. Greg Joseph, Fla. Atlantic            7    8  13    1.14
 50. Trevor Moore, North Texas             7    8   9    1.14
 50. Marshall Morgan, Georgia              7    8  10    1.14
 50. Cole Netten, Iowa St.                 7    8   8    1.14
 50. Trevor Samson, BYU                    7    8  10    1.14
 50. Mike Weaver, Wake Forest              7    8   8    1.14
 50. Tyler Wedel, Northern Ill.            7    8  13    1.14
 50. Matt Wile, Michigan                   7    8  12    1.14
 
 10/19 12:14:58 ET


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