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John Potter, K

School: Western Michigan  |  Conference: MAC
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Grand Haven, MI
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12/27/2011 - Scouting the Western Michigan special teams: PK John Potter is among the most dependable kickers in the MAC. He holds the school record for consecutive PAT kicks made with 117, including 54 in a row this year. He also is 15-for-21 on field goals this year. P Ben Armer averages 41.5 yards per punt (helping the Broncos stand fourth in the MAC in net punting at 37.0), and Jordan White is the MAC's top punt returner with a 13.1-yard average runback. - The Sports Xchange

12/06/2011 - 2011 ALL-MAC THIRD TEAM (MEDIA): Placekicker - John Potter, Western Michigan, has been selected All-MAC Third Team for the 2011 college football season as voted by the MAC News Media Association. Potter became the program's career scoring leader in 2011 and now holds the mark at 325 points. He also holds the mark for PATs made (181) and consecutive PATs made in a career (126) and season (54). - Western Michigan football

11/14/2011 - WEEK 11 MAC WEST DIVISION SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Western Michigan K John Potter: Senior kicker John Potter (Grand Haven, Mich.) made a career high nine PATs, ranking second in a game in program history, at Toledo. Potter became the MAC's record holder for consecutive PATs made in a career, passing Miami's John Scott (1995-98) and now holds the mark at 114. His nine points gives him 81 points in 2011, the sixth most in a season in program history and ties Brad Selent (1997-2000) for the most points in a career in program history. - MAC football

09/22/2011 - PLAYERS TO WATCH: PK John Potter - He had one of his best days in a Broncos uniform last week. Potter made three field goals and five extra points. Two of the FGs were from 43 yards. He had made a school-record 83 consecutive extra-point kicks. - The Sports Xchange

09/22/2011 - PK John Potter had one of his best days in a Bronco uniform. He made three field goals and five extra points. Two of the FGs were from 43 yards. He had made a school record 83 consecutive extra-point kicks. - The Sports Xchange

09/19/2011 - WEEK 3 MAC WEST DIVISION SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Western Michigan K John Potter: Senior placekicker John Potter (Grand Haven, Mich.) accounted for 14 points in a 44-14 win over Central Michigan with five extra points and a career-matching three field goals (33, 43, 43). Potter moved into second on the Western Michigan's career list for points by a kicker (252) and into fourth on the career total points list. Potter also extended his program record consecutive PATs made streak to 83 straight. Potter had a season best nine kickoffs with a season best four touchbacks. - MAC football

09/12/2011 - MAC WEST DIVISION WEEK 2 SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Western Michigan K John Potter: Senior placekicker John Potter (Grand Haven, Mich.) made good on all five point after attempts, extending his Western Michigan career record for consecutive PATs made streak to 78 straight. Potter was also true on his only field goal attempt, a 40-yard kick to cap the scoring against Nicholls. Potter accounted for eight of Western Michigan's 38 points against the Colonels. - MAC football

06/24/2011 - PK John Potter has showed throughout his career he can kick and make tackles. The junior has 28 tackles, a career record for a Bronco kicker. He also goes into this season with 72 straight successful PAT kicks, a program record. - The Sports Xchange

 
 
Latest News
12/27/2011 - Scouting the Western Michigan special teams: PK John Potter is among the most dependable kickers in the MAC. He holds the school record for consecutive PAT kicks made with 117, including 54 in a row this year. He also is 15-for-21 on field goals this year. P Ben Armer averages 41.5 yards per punt (helping the Broncos stand fourth in the MAC in net punting at 37.0), and Jordan White is the MAC's top punt returner with a 13.1-yard average runback. - The Sports Xchange

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