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A machine that must approach a football [U.S.] and kick it over and between the uprights! Tee the ball up on the X yard line than drive up and have a leg of some kind kick the ball , but not a launcher.the machine can be human steered or on a rail it just has to move to the ball before kicking!
-- Bruce Brownfield (email@example.com), February 05, 2001
And once they are done, send one to the Bengals and the other one to the Browns!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!***lol***
-- Dan (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 05, 2001.
Or, Da Bears!
-- John Gap (email@example.com), February 05, 2001.
Actually this is not a bad idea.They've had machines that can shoot the ball....now they have to have a machine that can actually kick it. I think this could be interesting.
-- JunkMan (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 05, 2001.
Has anyone seen a machine like this? Who would be the expert.
-- Stephen A. Binion (Stephenbinion@hotmail.com), February 05, 2001.
Martin Gramattica (#7 Bucs) would be a good expert. He is also from LaBelle Fl. where I live. He may not know about machinery, but knows about kicking a football.
-- Waddy Thompson (email@example.com), February 05, 2001.
Waddy, I thought you were one of us Delaware boys. All this talk of chunkin' and you're from Florida? How about bodging a machine that will punch a chad without causing an entire nation to pee its pants.
-- ChanzReed (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 06, 2001.
There's a guy on the Golden Knights Army sky dive team that has lost both legs, but with modern tech. and his hard work he can now do everything.I saw him on a program he's even a helicopter instructor.A pefect expert!!!
-- Bruce (email@example.com), February 06, 2001.
There is a similar machine to this that golf club manufacturers use to test out clubs, and balls. The machine has the "perfect swing" and is always the same, thus controlling the experimnet. If they don't want to kick a football, or a rugby ball, they could swat a golf ball, but they don't get a regular club!
-- Searoy (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 06, 2001.