Fall means football season, and it probably means that many of your weekends are spent watching your favorite New England team take the field.

And when the kicker gets up to knock one between the goal posts, you may even think to yourself, "I could do that."

Well, we've got a contest that will not only put your kicking skills to the test but could just win you $50,000.

Get ready for the Sig Sauer Experience Center Punt for a Pickup with 97.5 WOKQ. You could get the opportunity to try and kick a football into the flatbed of a truck to win $50K.

How to Play

First, you'll want to make sure you fill out the form below.

You also can fill out an entry form (while supplies last) at Sig Sauer Experience Center, 231 Exeter Rd, Epping, New Hampshire, or enter by listening to 97.5 WOKQ.

Only one entry per person regardless of how you enter. You must be 18+ to enter.

The deadline to submit an entry is November 7.

Entrants will be randomly selected and contacted after November 7 as semi-finalists.

If you're selected as a semi-finalist, you'll want to head to the Sig Sauer Experience Center on Saturday, November 19, where the chance to win will take place.

And don't worry, if you weren't selected to be a semi-finalist, you'll have one last shot to enter a random drawing to be the final semi-finalist on-site at the Sig Sauer Experience Center.

That's right, the LAST SHOT to qualify will be on site at the Sig Sauer Experience Center at 10 a.m. Saturday, November 19.

Of those selected to be semi-finalists, three entrants will be randomly chosen to be contestants and get the chance to kick a football into a truck for their shot at $50,000.

Will it be you? Do you have the skills to score and walk away with the big money? We'll have to see!

And thanks to Innovative Auto Sales in Hooksett for providing the pickup.

Make sure to click here for full terms, conditions, and restrictions.

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