"I was very disappointed with his first kick,’’ Grobe said. "I thought he had a pretty good snap, a pretty good set, and he didn’t hit it very good. And then the second kick, really, Alex (Wulfeck) bobbled the snap and then got it down, but Jimmy hit it great. You know, it just was a off a little bit. I was more upset with the first one than the second one. The second one we didn’t get the snap and set great but he still followed through and hit the ball really, really good.
"So you know it’s time for us to look at Chad a little bit, and see what he can do, see if he can go out there and kick. I think Jimmy’s still doing a pretty nice job kicking off. His leg strength’s pretty good. So I would think, going forward, we’re probably going to look at Chad a little more as a field-goal guy and Jimmy more as a kick-off guy.’‘