Randy Bullock kicked his way into being immortalized in the Aggies’ Hall of Fame.
Randy Bullock may not be the Cincinnati Bengals’ kicker anymore, but he has plenty to celebrate this offseason.
Congrats and Gig ‘em to the nine Aggies who will be inducted into the Texas A&M Athletics Hall of Fame pic.twitter.com/EzUaqZK0k9
— TexAgs (@TexAgs) June 7, 2021
Bullock made 63 of his 80 field goals in college (78.8%). He has the most made field goals for a career and single season (29 in 2011) for an Aggie kicker. He also nailed 176 of 179 extra points. Most importantly, Bullock remains the leading scorer with 365 total points over his four seasons at Texas A&M.
The former Aggie also had a solid NFL career that started with the Texans. He bounced around the league before settling in Cincinnati the past four seasons before getting benched late last season after some issues with accuracy, especially at critical points in games.
Still, nothing but respect for Bullock who gave it his all for Cincinnati for years. The Bengals may have spent a fourth round pick to replace him, but Bullock still deserves some recognition for giving the position some stability for years.