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Pulaski Academy Goes for it on 4th and 30. Is the coach crazy or smart?

Nelson Chenault-USA TODAY Sports

Pulaski Academy (Arkansas) head coach Kevin Kelley has once again expressed why he will never allow his team to punt on forth down. Even when it is forth and 30 at their own ten yard line.

There was seven minutes to go in the first quarter and Kelly instructed his team to gamble on forth and 30.

Pulaski quarterback Layne Hatcher took a chance and threw a floater down the field  hoping a receiver would come down with the ball, but it ended up being intercepted by Sylvan Hill’s Anthony Duncan.