When they say that you can win or lose a game on special teams, they're no doubt talking about the kind of guys we have listed below. Punters who can change field position -- maybe even make a pick or two -- and place kickers who are near certainties to bang up between the goal posts.
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Tim Dwight, Iowa Hawkeyes
Had 1,102 punt-return yards -- still an Iowa record -- and five touchdowns in his career. Came in seventh in the Heisman voting in 1997.
Ray Guy, Southern Miss. Golden Eagles
Averaged 44.7 yards a punt over his career. Once kicked a 93-yard punt against Ole Miss. Also had eight interceptions in 1972, tied for the most in a season in Southern Miss history. Ever heard of the Ray Guy Award?
Mike Nugent, Ohio St. Buckeyes
Missed just three of 139 PATs -- all before his junior year. Was 81.8 percent on field goals, and eight of nine from 50+ yards. Led nation with 24 field goals in 2004, finished career with 72.
Daniel Sepulveda, Baylor Bears
Two-time Ray Guy Award winner. Logged NCAA-record 12,531 yards of punts in four seasons; his 45.2 career average is tops in NCAA history among punters with at least 250 attempts.
Previously inducted ST: Desmond Howard, Michigan.
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