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Penn State’s Jordan Stout named Big Ten special teams player of the week

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

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