Pats could do worse than Gostkowski from Memphis. Credit to the Commercial Appeal newspaper from Memphis for the following article excerpt: "To most football players, the architectural dimensions of Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium are irrelevant. For kickers, the stadium's sombrero shape can add a degree of difficulty, especially on a windy autumn afternoon. Which is just one reason why University of Memphis special teams coach Tyson Helton was gushing about Tiger kicker Stephen Gostkowski's contributions to the UofM's 26-3 win over Marshall on Saturday. "Greatest performance I've ever seen by a kicker," Helton said. "Unbelievable." On a day given over, in large part, to celebrating running back DeAngelo Williams as the acknowledged greatest player in the history of the program, Gostkowski used his right leg to remind the crowd of 46,403 that there was another senior leaving his own considerable legacy. He also made a strong case that the voters for the Lou Groza Award may have acted in haste in leaving him out of the top three. Gostkowski's first field goal, from 49 yards and into a stiff wind, came on the final play of the first half and pushed Memphis's lead to 17-3. His second, from 53 yards, set a new school record. His fourth, back into the wind from 42 yards, gave him 67 career field goals to set a new Conference USA record. He also converted two extra points and put four of his six kickoffs through the end zone for touchbacks."