Penn State senior Jordan Stout was named Monday as the Big Ten special teams player of the week after his performance in a 16-10 win over Wisconsin.
Stout averaged a career-high 53.9 yards on seven punts, marking the second-highest punting average in a game in school history. Ralph Giacomarro averaged 54.8 yards at Syracuse in 1981.
Stout hit a career-long 76-yarder in the third quarter, which tied for the third-longest in Nittany Lions history. He also sent all four of his kickoffs into the end zone for touchbacks.
He made 1-of-2 field goal tries, hitting from 24 yards and missing from 23, and 1-of-2 PATs.
Michigan State running back Kenneth Walker III was named the offensive player of the week after he ran for 264 yards and four touchdowns in a 38-24 victory over Northwestern.
Iowa’s Riley Moss was selected defensive player of the week after he returned two interceptions for touchdowns in a 31-6 rout against Indiana.
Ohio State quarterback C.J. Stroud was voted freshman of the week after he threw for 294 yards and four touchdowns as the Buckeyes beat Minnesota 45-31.
Source: Berkshire mont