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Texas A&M's Punter Broke A Ceiling Light Fixture At The Aggies' Indoor Facility

SEC kickers and punters are apparently very destructive people. Earlier this month, we saw a photo of what South Carolina kicker Elliott Fry accidentally did to a parked car's windshield with a "bomb" field goal during practice. Tuesday, Texas A&M put out a photo of what first-team All-American punter Drew Kaser did to one of the ceiling light fixtures in the team's indoor facility. 

The school called Kaser's punt "fierce" when describing how it happened.

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Light casualty in the indoor from a fierce punt off the foot of @drewkaser#Kaser4Heisman@TAMUSpecialistspic.twitter.com/RBUzlGqar1

— Texas A&M Equipment (@TAMUequipment) August 20, 2014

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— Texas A&M Equipment (@TAMUequipment)

Light casualty in the indoor from a fierce punt off the foot of @drewkaser#Kaser4Heisman@TAMUSpecialistspic.twitter.com/RBUzlGqar1

— Texas A&M Equipment (@TAMUequipment) August 20, 2014

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Texas A&M will take on Arkansas at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, later this season. Beware, gigantic low-hanging video board.