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Topic - Mike Nugent
Playing for the field goal used to be a roll of the dice at the end of NFL games. Now, it's almost a sure thing.
Former Ohio State kicker Aaron Pettrey was working part time at a shop that sells Buckeyes gear in Columbus, stocking merchandise and ringing up sales while waiting for some team to give him a chance.
Mike Nugent kicked a career-high five field goals, two of them in the closing minutes Sunday, and Cincinnati's up-to-the-challenge defense made it hold up for a 15-10 victory over the Baltimore Ravens.
"You kind of think about it both ways. I sit there thinking if I'd made that earlier kick, how different would the game be at the end of the day," Nugent said. "You think about that after the game but not so much during, because if you make a big deal of that during the game, it's going to drive you crazy and maybe not get the better result."
"They've misidentified this issue as an issue about your Internet, your Internet is being jeopardized," said Mike Nugent, executive director of Creative America, a coalition of entertainment unions, movie studios and television networks. "In fact their business model is being asked to be subjected to regulation. They're misleading their huge base."