Alabama's D.J. Hall has cemented his place as the most prolific receiver in UA history. But with at least four games left in his career, Hall is beyond breaking records. Now, he's burying them. Check the Ultimate Ticket for the latest installment of The Sunday Yarn.[details]
2006 (Sophomore): Made his season debut against Louisiana Monroe after missing the first two games with a groin injury. Christensen played in two games with nine kickoffs before regaining his spot as place-kicker. Hit on 13 of 17 field goals for the season with a long of 46 yards and 17 of 18 extra points. He also had 50 kickoffs, four of which resulted in touchbacks.
2004 (Freshman): Appearing in every game, Jamie performed the all-important kickoff duties for the Tide. He handled 62 kickoffs during the season, with 24 going for touchbacks and just two out of bounds.