While Michael Hunnicutt didn't have the senior year many Sooner fans thought he would have last season, he's still one of the best kickers to don the crimson and cream. He is the all time leading scorer in Oklahoma football history you know.
Let's not forget about Hunnicutt's legendary touchdown against Oklahoma State either.
Hunnicutt finished his career at Oklahoma with 75 made field goals on 90 attempts and made 97.3% of his extra points.
Ironically, most Sooner fans will remember his 2014 performance against Kansas State, where the missed field goals and blocked PAT helped the Wildcats upset Oklahoma. However, his career long of 53 yards came against Kansas State just three years back in his freshman season. The kick is also the longest made field goal in the Bob Stoops era. The Sooners went on to dominate that game, winning 58-17 on the road against then #10 Kansas State.