One of the things that intrigues me is his baseball experience. BB/SP need to replace the 'most clutch' kicker in the NFL, and what do they do? They get a pitcher. (This is not an original thought, I'm sure I osmossisized it from either another poster or tv or something.) What makes 'clutch kicking' so tough is that the game stops, and you're the focus, under the spotlight, under the microscope, every move. Just like, umm.. the Pitcher in baseball. That's a lot of mental pressure that only certain types of people can handle... wouldn't shock me one bit if BB watched baseball film on him, just to observe him under pressure situations.
No doubt, the concept of pressure is almost irrelevant to that act you're doing. Kicking, pitching, whatever, if you can execute an athletic feat under pressure then kicking under pressure is no different from throwing a qualuty strike on a 3-1 count with the bases loaded.
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