Quinn Sharp named Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week
It could be argued that Quinn Sharp was Oklahoma State’s MVP in the Cowboys’ closer-than-expected 20-14 victory over Kansas Saturday.
And Monday, he was honored by the Big 12 by being named the conference’s Special Teams Player of the Week.
Sharp, the reigning Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Year, averaged 53 yards per punt, including two that went longer than 70 yards. He went 2-of-3 on field goals, connecting on tries of 42 and 49 yards. He boomed four more kickoffs that went for touchbacks.
He also made a touchdown-saving tackle on a kickoff return by KU’s Tre’ Parmalee and drew a roughing the kicker penalty on a punt late in the fourth quarter that gave OSU a first down and all but sealed the victory.
The honor was Sharp’s second of his career and the first conference weekly award for any OSU player this season.
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