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#25 Morgan Flint
Position: Place Kicker
Height: 5'9"
Weight: 173
Year: Senior
City/State: Bend, Ore.
High School: Bend HS
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MORGAN FLINT'S CAREER STATS
  • All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention (Pac-10 Coaches)
  • Ranks second in career FG pct. (23-28, .821)
  • Top 10 season FG pct. in 2008 (9th, 7-9, .778) and 2009 (3rd, 16-19, .842)

PERSONAL — Born Morgan Allen Flint on Oct. 24, 1986 in Ellensburg, Wash. Parents: Keith Flint and Sandy Johnson. Family: One brother, two sisters. High School (Coach): Bend (Craig Walker) 2005. Major: Sociology. Redshirt: 2005.

2009 — The Pac-10's honorable mention all-conference selection was successful on a personal-best four-of-four field goals vs. USC and all five PATs to earn team's special teams player-of-the-week accolades Connected on his longest field goal of his career against both Arizona State and Arizona, drilling home a 43-yard try as part of a three-for-three outing against the Sun DevilsAlso successful on a 40-yard attempt vs. Washington State after misfiring on an earlier 35-yard effort … Connected on 16 of 19 field goal tries (.842) to rank third on Oregon's single-season accuracy chart, while his career total of 23 of 28 (.821) ranks second all-time His his lone misses came from 35, 44 and 46 yards Extended his all-time consecutive PAT string to 82 over the course of two seasons (54 of 54 in 2009) Tied for fourth on school's single-season scoring ledger (104 points) Made 12 consecutive field goals before missing a 44-yard attempt vs. Ohio State in the Rose Bowl Was very instrumental in Oregon accumulating 22 second-quarter points in a winning effort over Cal, including catching a pass for a two-point conversion Successful on two of three FGs against Purdue, misfiring on a 46-yard try Oregon's scoring leader (8.7 avg.) ranked third in the Pac-10 (first among kickers) and 18th nationally in scoring average.

2008 — Took over placekicking duties for the final four games, hitting on 7-of-9 field goal attempts … 28-of-28 in PATs … Converted a UO single-game record 11 consecutive kicks (3 FG, 8 PATs) at Oregon State … Was successful on first 30 kicks of his career … Made first career PAT in season opener vs. Washington … Kicked off three times at Washington State, averaging 63.3 yards … Season-best 39-yard field goal vs. Arizona.

2007 —
Saw his first action as a collegian, stepping onto the football field for a pair of kickoffs, one each vs. California and South Florida.

2006 —
The youngest of Oregon’s four kickers, continued to hone his talents on the practice field.

2005 — Redshirt season.

HIGH SCHOOL — The two-time All-Intermountain Conference first-team kicker also earned honorable mention all-state plaudits (The Oregonian) on the gridiron in 2003 and 2004 as team was crowned conference champions his junior year … The two-time baseball letterman also was named first-team all-state his final year as a shortstop.

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