By Amy Daughters ,
Georgia’s Kevin Butler is the only kicker to have ever been inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame.
Butler’s accolades include being named an All-American in 1983 and 1984 and being included in the Sports Illustrated all-century team, the ABC all-time team and the Walter Camp all-century team.
Butler scored a total of 353 points as a collegiate kicker and most impressively was 52.4 percent accurate in kicks over 50 yards.
Kevin Butler is perhaps best remembered for his longest career kick, a 60-yarder to beat Clemson 26-23 in 1984.