It will be a homecoming for Tucker, a former University of Texas standout who was born in Houston and attended high school in Austin.
Tucker's first collegiate field goal was at Reliant Stadium, a 51-yard field goal against Rice during his junior season.
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"It's as good an environment as you're going to find, a good field, a dome-type situation," Tucker said. "It will be cool being back in the Lonestar state."
Tucker said he's gathered roughly 10 tickets for family and friends to attend this game.
"We'll have a good motley crew," said Tucker, who made 40 of 48 career field goals and scored 191 points in two seasons as the Longhorns' kicker. "I told them they can't wear any navy and red. They've got to wear purple and black."
"It's just a matter of stacking good days," Tucker said. "That's something that everybody around here is big about."
Tucker hit a 27-yard game-winning field goal against the New England Patriots, hitting long field goals of 56 yards and 51 yards.
"He's striking the ball really well, he really is," Ravens coach John Harbaugh said. "He's fundamentally really sound, and he has a good head. He's doing a good job,"