November 23, 2006
Another Zendejas for Arizona
It's hard to start off your career in a better way than that of legendary Arizona kicker Max Zendejas. Tied 13-13 in a game at Notre Dame on Oct. 16, 1982, the UA freshman hit a 48-yard field goal as time expired to defeat the Irish.
In-between that kick and a legendary 57-yarder on Nov. 23, 1985 to defeat ASU 16-13 in Tempe, Zendejas broke - and still holds - just about every single kicking record in UA history.
Most career points by a UA player, most field goals made in a game, in a season and in a career, most field goals attempted in a game, season and career, highest percentage of field goals made in a game, season and career, most consecutive field goals made, most consecutive games kicking a field goal in a season or a career, most field goals made 50 yards or more in a season, game or career, most times kicking three or more field goals in a game in a season and career, most games kicking a field goal in a season and career, longest field goal, most PAT kicks in a career, most PAT kicks attempted in a career, highest percentage of PAT kicks made in a season or a career, most consecutive PAT kicks made in a season or a career and most points scored by kicking in a game, season and career are all of Zendejas' Arizona records.
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