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BTN Nebraska Kick Research

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Uploaded on Feb 15, 2012

A University of Nebraska-Lincoln engineering student uses Hollywood technology to investigate the power of a football kick. Former Husker player and engineering student--now a Philadelphia Eagles kicker--Alex Henery steps into the lab where his kicking motion is recorded by motion capture cameras.

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