Quinn Sharp named Big 12 co-Special Teams Player of the Year
Oklahoma State kicker/punter Quinn Sharp has been named the Big 12 co-Special Teams Player of the Year, sharing the honor with West Virginia returner Tavon Austin, in a vote by the league’s coaches.
Sharp led the Big 12 in punting (45.7 yards per punt in conference play), field goals (2.33 per game) and scoring amongst kickers (11.4 points per game). Overall this season, he made 25 of his 31 field goals, with a long of 51 yards, and boomed 67 touchbacks.
Sharp earned the same award last season and is the Cowboys’ third honoree in the last five years, joining Dez Bryant in 2008.
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