Q&a

Sam Koch

August 15, 2006|By KATIE CARRERA

The Ravens drafted punter Sam Koch from Nebraska in the sixth round in 2006. He played 23 of his 30 college games as Nebraska's No. 1 punter and recorded the school's highest punting average in a single season his senior year with a 46.5-yard average.

Have you had any embarrassing football moments?

One embarrassing thing was just kicking off the other day. I was just pooching down and ended up kicking and falling right on my back.

Sort of like Charlie Brown?

Yeah. Just fell right down, in front of the team. It was kind of embarrassing, but I just got right back up so it wasn't too bad.

What are your hobbies?

I like doing stuff with my hands, woodworking, and most importantly being with my family.

How many kids do you have and what do you like to do with them?

I have three kids. One is 4 months, one is 2 years and one is 7. I just like to be with them, to go outside and play catch. ... It's just nice to sit down with them, play games with them, whatever game they want.

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