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Oklahoma State record book update: Quinn Sharp

Gina Mizell Published: January 18, 2013

For the next couple weeks, we’ll take a look at Oklahoma State’s updated record books, based on the numbers put up by the 2012 Cowboys.

Quinn Sharp’s value as Oklahoma State’s kicking triple threat the past two seasons was probably both appreciated and underrated, if that’s possible. Just look at his spot in the school’s record books.

Also keep this in mind — this guy was never a finalist for the Lou Groza or Ray Guy Awards. Still, Sharp’s got a future in the NFL, and OSU’s quest to replace him will be an interesting storyline this spring and next season.

Single-season scoring

1. 264 Barry Sanders (1988)
T2. 156 Quinn Sharp (2012)
T2. 156 Joseph Randle (2011)
4. 149 Dan Bailey (2010)

Single-season punting average

T1. 46.3 Quinn Sharp (2011)
T1. 46.3 Quinn Sharp (2012)
3. 46.2 Quinn Sharp (2010)
4. 45.5 Jim Benien (1975)
5. 45.1 Quinn Sharp (2009)

Single-season PAT percentage

T1. 100 (72-of-72) Quinn Sharp (2012)
T1. 100 (67-of-67) Cary Blanchard (1988)
T1. 100 (65-of-65) Dan Bailey (2008)
T1. 100 (46-of-46) Dan Bailey (2009)
T1. 100 (28-of-28) Tim Snydes (1999)
T1. 100 (27-of-27) Luke Phillips (2001)
T1. 100 (25-of-25) Lawson Vaughn (1995)
T1. 100 (24-of-24) Joey O’Donnell (1985)
T1. 100 (23-of-23) Tim Snydes (1997)
T1. 100 (21-of-21) Cary Blanchard (1990)
11. 98.8 (79-of-80) Quinn Sharp (2011)

Career scoring

1. 370 Dan Bailey (2007-10)
2. 330 Barry Sanders (1986-88)
3. 315 Cary Blanchard (1987-90)
4. 301 Quinn Sharp (2010-12)
5. 290 Larry Roach (1981-84)
6. 270 Terry Miller (1974-77)
7. 266 Thurman Thomas (1984-87)
8. 265 Tim Snydes (1996-99)
9. 263 Luke Phillips (2001-03)
10. 258 Joseph Randle (2010-12)
T11. 252 Justin Blackmon (2009-11)
T11. Rashaun Woods (2000-03)

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