Updated 9:30 a.m. Wednesday
The wind in Baton Rouge was no friend to Mo Isom and other would-be walk-on kickers for the LSU football team Tuesday.
While the tryout will continue Thursday, Miles said he's unlikely to decide to keep any walk-on kicker to join the two scholarship kickers on his roster until regular practice starts in August, the Times reported.
Isom, who reportedly kicked a 51-yard field goal during a September practice with the Bayou Bengals, is starting a three-day tryout today.
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"Absolutely overwhelmed and humbled by all of the amazing support that has been pouring in surrounding tryouts," Isom posted on her Facebook page. "There is so much power in prayer, so please know that I truly appreciate every single one of you! Today is the first of a 3-day tryout, so I would appreciate continued prayer through this week."
Isom would not be the first woman to Division I college football. Katie Hnida kicked for Division I-A (now FBS) New Mexico in 2003, and Ashley Martin did the same for Division I-AA (now FCS) Jacksonville State University in 2001.
But it's not something that happens every day, especially for a national championship contender such as LSU.
Though she's due to graduate this spring, Isom will have one year of football eligibility if she makes the team.