This Week in Chris Kluwe Tweets (August 19)
If you’re not familiar with Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe, you’re missing out. Kluwe is one of the most fascinating people you can follow on Twitter, @ChrisWarcraft.
Kluwe held a contest this week to win tickets to the Vikings season opener. He awarded them to whoever answered a video game question first.
Get to known Chris Kluwe courtesy of Wikipedia:
‘Christopher James “Chris” Kluwe (pronounced (kluee); born December 24, 1981in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is a punter for the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League. He was originally signed by the Seattle Seahawks, as an undrafted free agent in 2005. He played college football at UCLA. High school-Kluwe played three years of varsity football for coach John Barnes at Los Alamitos High School in Los Alamitos, California and was selected to play in both the California-Texas Shrine game and the CaliFlorida Bowl. He also made the USA Today first-team All-American as a punter. Once he kicked an OrangeCountyand CIF Playoff record 60-yard field goal vs. Loyola to force overtime in an eventual 30-23 victory. Averaged 46.6 yards as a punter, had 10 punts of at least 60 yards and placed six kicks inside the 10-yard line. As a place kicker, he made 16 of 22 field goal attempts and 39 of 41 PATs. Prior to his senior year, he won the punting competition at the National Kicking Invitational with a 63-yard punt that had 4.98 hang time. As a junior, he averaged 44.8 yards per punt, 25 of his 27 punts were either fair catches or returned for fewer than five yards, 16 punts were downed inside the 20 yard-line and eight punts pinned the opposition inside the 10 yard-line. Kluwe also played a year of baseball as a pitcher for coach Rob Wigod.’
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