Roberto Aguayo is the best kicker in the history of FSU football and arguably the best kicker in the history of college football.
His brother Ricky isn’t there yet as he struggled at times as a true freshman.
Aguayo made 19 of 26 field goals (73.1 percent) and often struggled kicking in home games.
Logan Tyler was used for field goals of longer distances and was 1 of 2 on the season. FSU football is accustomed to having reliable field goal kickers over the last decade, and this is an area FSU can hopefully expect improvement next season.
Aguayo doesn’t have the leg of his brother, but there’s room for him to get stronger. The hope is that he can improve enough in that department so there isn’t a need for two kickers.
I’m not a fan of bringing a kicker into the game for long field goals when he hasn’t been kicking that much. On another note, I wish Jimbo would stop settling for long field goals when it’s fourth and 1.