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10 Questions With Ravens Punter Sam Koch

November 12, 2018
PressBox caught up with Baltimore Ravens punter Sam Koch to ask him about his favorite "guilty" food, his favorite movie and whether he has any pets.

PressBox: What is your favorite "guilty" food?
Sam Koch: Pizza

PB: What is a bucket-list place you've never been?
SK: That’s a good question. I don’t travel much. Maybe Aruba.

PB: Who was your favorite sports star when you were a kid?
SK: Joe Montana

PB: What was your favorite sports team growing up?
SK: Kansas City Chiefs

PB: If you weren't an NFL player, what would be your dream job?
SK: Probably construction

PB: On a scale of 1 (terrible) to 10 (great), how good of a cook are you?
SK: I'd say I’m a 7 on grilling.

PB: What’s your favorite movie of all time?
SK: I'd say it's "Training Day."

PB: Do you have any pets?
SK: We have two farm cats. ... My daughter named them Louie and Gucci.

PB: What is your favorite road city?
SK: Honestly, I'd say Pittsburgh. The whole atmosphere.

PB: What is your favorite thing about Baltimore?
SK: I like how you can go down and be in the city, and yet I get the resemblance of being back in Nebraska out in Carroll County, and I love how it’s so much like a farm community out there.

This has been updated.

Photo Credit: Kenya Allen/PressBox

Issue 248: October 2018 

Originally published Oct. 15, 2018