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Coaches' Corner Vol 39 -  Placekicking, Special Teams with Chris Boniol, Christian Vitale

Coaches' Corner Volume 39 - This edition of Coaches' Corner focuses on Special teams with two guests. Former NFL player and now an Assistant Coach with the Dallas Cowboys, Chris Boniol talks about placekicking, and Christian Vitale of Pima Community College returns to talk Special Teams with Host John Anderson.

 

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About the Guests on this Edition of Coaches Corner

Chris Boniol is a former NFL kicker and now a Coach with the Dallas Cowboys. A graduate of  Louisiana Tech University, Boniol signed with the Dallas Cowboys in 1994 as an undrafted free agent, and become one of the most accurate and consistent kickers in the league (88.9% success rate on field goals). 

With a reputation as one of the NFL's best big-game kickers during his three years in Dallas, Boniol became the first player in Cowboy's history to record three consecutive 100-point seasons and  was a member of the Super Bowl XXX Championship team. Boniol also played with the Philadelphia Eagles and Chicago Bears. Since retiring from the NFL in 1999, Chris has served as a public and private educator, coached in Middle and High Schools, developed kickers and punters of all ages, and most recently is the Assistant Special Teams/Kicking Coach for the Dallas Cowboys. 

Christian Vitale is the Special Teams Coordinator at Pima Community College. Coach Vitale has developed a unique approach to Special Teams play that he first applied at the High School level while at Waterford Mott High School in Michigan. Coach Vitale has a web site at www.thekickisup.com .
 


 

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