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Name: Andy Vujnovich 
College: Wisconsin     Number: 38
Height: 6-3   Weight: 230
Position: P  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2022

40 Low: 4.97
   40 Time: 5.08
  40 High: 5.18
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Height: 6025
Weight: 230

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC

 Andy Vujnovich, Wisconsin, Player News

  08/05/21 - P Andy VujnovichSr/2022, Wisconsin, 6-3, 230 (DS#24 P) + More +

  Andy Vujnovich wasn't disappointed to perform in empty football stadiums in 2020. Punting at Wisconsin after transferring from Division III Dubuque, Vujnovich embraced the sounds of silence and lack of prying eyes. "Honestly, with COVID and everything, that was the perfect first year leading up to a bigger stage," Vujnovich said. "No fans. It was like (easing) into the DI level." Vujnovich averaged 41.6 yards per punt in his first season at UW. That was the No. 10 mark in the Big Ten, just one-half yard off the No. 8 mark of Maryland's Anthony Pecorella (42.1).

Vujnovich, a graduate of Columbus High School, believes he is ready to improve his numbers this season. "Now I'm just easing into the next (step), which would be adding fans, and I'll have the experience from last year," he said. "So I'll feel pretty comfortable going into this year." Vujnovich punted a total of 33 times in seven games last season. He had five punts of 50 yards or longer and 13 punts that pinned the opponent inside its 20-yard line. He accomplished both feats on his first punt of the season, a 60-yarder that was downed at the Illinois 7. He mishit his second punt, however, and the result was a 36-yarder that went out of bounds at the Illinois 44. "The next punt I kind of got in my own head," he said. "I felt like I needed to match that. I've just got to remember to relax, enjoy the moment, do the same thing and not think about the past. The only thing that matters is the next kick." - Journal Sentinel

(DS#24 P) Sr/2022 P Andy VujnovichWisconsin
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