|No. 1 Indianapolis Colts|
|Date of birth:May 2, 1987|
|Place of birth: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania|
|High School: Plum (PA)|
|Height: 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)||Weight: 220 lb (100 kg)|
|College: West Virginia|
|NFL Draft: 2009 / Round: 7 / Pick: 222|
|Debuted in 2009 for the Indianapolis Colts|
|Roster status: Active|
|Career highlights and awards|
|Career NFL statistics as of Week 17, 2012|
|Stats at NFL.com|
McAfee earned the starting job at West Virginia University as a freshman.
McAfee was 11 for 18 as a freshman on field goals. McAfee had 70 kickoffs for the season with 20 being touchbacks. McAfee's most memorable moment came against Louisville in a 46-44 triple overtime win. To get into overtime, the game was decided on a McAfee onside kick. The onside kick gave running back Steve Slaton the chance to tie the game with a 1 yard touchdown run.
McAfee started his junior season with a missed extra point against Western Michigan, ending his streak of 106 consecutive extra points. McAfee finished the season in the Fiesta Bowl with a 2 for 4 performance, having one kick blocked by Oklahoma. He was named to the ESPN All-Bowl Team following the bowl season.
McAfee was named to the 2007 Lou Groza Award semi-finalist list for the best collegiate kicker. McAfee earned Big East Special Team Player of the week honors three times in 2007 and was named second-team All-Big East. He earned West Virginia's Scott Shirley Award for the second consecutive year.
McAfee Missed two short yard field goals in the 2007 Pittsburgh vs. West Virginia football game which cost the Mountaineers an appearance in the national championship game.
McAfee began his senior year in a 48-21 season-opening victory over Villanova in which he kicked two field goals, including a career-long of 52-yards, six extra points, and two punts.
McAfee went two for two on field goals to move to third place for the Big East record of career field goals made in a 34-17 victory over Auburn.
Perhaps McAfee's most memorable performance of the season came against Cincinnati on November 8. The Mountaineers trailed by 13 points with 1:11 left in regulation, but reduced the deficit to 3 points with a safety, touchdown, and two-point conversion, all in less than a minute. Departing fans came sprinting back into the stadium just in time to see McAfee's onside kick recovered with 18 seconds remaining. McAfee tied the game as time expired with a 52-yard field goal, but the Mountaineers would go on to lose in overtime.
McAfee finished his senior year with a career-best 44.7 yards per punt average, a Big East-leading 23 punts inside the 20-yard line, and a career-high 2,639 yards with a 65-yard long.
McAfee was known as a team player and mentor on and off the field having taught his 2nd string place kicker, Christopher Glenn, virtually everything he knows.
Following his senior season at West Virginia, McAfee was invited to the 2009 Senior Bowl in Alabama, joining Mountaineers Pat White and Ellis Lankster. He started the Senior Bowl as the South team's kicker. McAfee performed in the 11th annual State Farm College Football All-Star Challenge, winning the "round the world" kicking competition.
McAfee was drafted seventh round (222nd overall) by the Indianapolis Colts. McAfee was signed before training camp. He handled punting and kick-off duties for the Colts in 2009, as well as holding for extra-points and field goals.
McAfee maintained a 46.6 yard punting average for the 2011 Regular Season, a career-high mark.
On October 20, 2010, McAfee been arrested and charged with public intoxication, a Class B misdemeanor. McAfee had been found shirtless and wet, and assumed to be swimming in a canal in Broad Ripple, a popular nightclub area, at approximately 5:15 that morning after being reported by a woman who found him near her car. Police reported that he tested with a blood alcohol content of 0.15.
Colts president Bill Polian released this statement:
"We are aware that Pat McAfee was arrested this morning and charged with public intoxication. We are in the process of gathering the relevant facts. When that task is complete, we will deal immediately with the issue of club discipline. Until we complete that process, we will have no further comment."
The Colts later issued a team enforced 1-game suspension to McAfee for his actions.
Two weeks after being arrested, McAfee issued a sincere apology for his actions."Obviously I made a dumb decision on a night when things got out of control," he said. "I will never put my team or my family through this kind of embarrassment again." Since the October 2010 arrest, McAfee has not had any run-ins with the law.
The Pat McAfee FoundationEdit
The Pat McAfee Foundation is a not-for-profit organization with the goal of providing assistance for the sons and daughters of Military Personnel. McAfee worked closely with his father, Tim McAfee, to establish the foundation.
In November, 2011 McAfee chopped off his signature locks for Locks of Love, an organization that provides hairpieces for children who are suffering from long-term illness and are financially disadvantaged. 
Pat regularly makes appearances for various philanthropic organizations
During the NFL season, Pat is a regular on the nationally syndicated morning radio program "The BOB&TOM Show."
Pat McAfee is an avid user of the social networking service Twitter. He has created a following among young fans, regularly updating and interacting with fellow twitter-users. His website, patmcafeeshow.com, is also home to events and can be used to contact Pat McAfee.
- ↑ MSNsportsNET.Com - West Virginia University Mountaineers
- ↑ MSNsportsNET.Com - West Virginia University Mountaineers
- ↑ ESPN.com's 2007 All-Bowl Football Team
- ↑ http://www.msnsportsnet.com/page.cfm?story=13500&cat=exclusives
- ↑ http://www.theindychannel.com/sports/25449750/detail.html
- ↑ Colts punter Pat McAfee charged with misdemeanor | IndyStar.com
- ↑ "Colts punter Pat McAfee apologizes for 'embarrassing' arrest". USA Today. http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/sports/football/nfl/colts/2010-11-03-pat-mcafee_N.htm.
- ↑ "About Us-History". Pat McAfee Foundation. http://www.thepatmcafeefoundation.com/about-us/history/. Retrieved 1 January 2013.
- ↑ Chapman, Chuck. "Pat McAfee Sheds Ponytail for Charity". Sports Media 101. http://www.colts101.com/2011/11/26/pat-mcafee-sheds-pony-tail-for-charity/. Retrieved 1 January 2013.
- ↑ "The Pat McAfee Show". http://patmcafeeshow.com/. Retrieved 1 January 2013.
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