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11/27/18- Christopher Dunn, Fr, North Carolina State, 5-08, 177
2018 ALL-ACC FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): PK Christopher Dunn, Fr., NC State, 86 Votes,...Freshman Christopher Dunn was named to the second-team at placekicker. Dunn currently ranks second in the conference among kickers with 97 points scored, that mark is currently fifth all-time for a single season in the NC State record books and second among kickers (102). He is a perfect 43-of-43 on extra points, and 18-of-21 on field goals. His 18 makes are two away from the all-time single-season record at NC State (20). - NC State Football

11/24/18- Miguel Recinos, rSr, Iowa, 6-0, 193
The easy field goal that coach Kirk Ferentz didn't have to fake nearly cost Iowa the game. The kick the Hawkeyes had to make wound up rescuing them from a devastating defeat - and saved Ferentz from getting excoriated from frustrated Iowa fans. Miguel Recinos drilled a 41-yard field goal through a driving rain as time expired and Iowa beat Nebraska 31-28 on Friday despite blowing a 15-point lead in the second half. Mekhi Sargent ran for a career-high 173 yards and scored twice for the Hawkeyes (8-4, 5-4 Big Ten), who have won four straight over the Cornhuskers for the first time. "For us, this is a black and gold Friday," Ferentz joked. The Hawkeyes came within inches of making it a black and blue Friday. Iowa made the risky decision to fake a field goal at Nebraska's 3-yard line up 28-13 late in the third quarter. It failed, and it led to a 98-yard scoring drive from the Huskers to make it 28-20 with 13:57 to go. "We were going for the kill. Simple as that," Ferentz said about holder Colten Rastetter's pass to T.J. Hockenson, which was stopped a yard short. "We felt like we could really push this thing through." - AP College Football

11/17/18- Tyler Sumpter, So, Troy, 5-10, 221
Tyler Sumpter drilled four field goals to provide the winning margin in Troy's 12-7 victory over Texas State on Saturday afternoon to give the Trojans their 13th straight Sun Belt Conference victory. The Trojans (9-2, 7-0) will play Appalachian State next Saturday for the right to host the inaugural Sun Belt Conference Championship game on December 1. Appalachian State (8-2, 6-1) thrashed Georgia State 45-17 on Saturday. Sumpter tied the school record with four field goals in a game. He also had four in a 26-16 victory over Louisiana-Lafayette two weeks ago. Sumpter connected on field goals of 36, 47 and 42 yards in the first half to take a 9-0 lead. He added a 27-yarder for a 12-0 advantage early in the fourth quarter. Texas State (3-8, 1-6) got on the board when Anthony Taylor ran in from the 3 with 9:10 remaining. On the next series Sumpter punted and pinned the Bobcats on their own 14 after Troy failed to convert on a third-down play. Texas State got to its own 29 before Jarvis Hayes and Travis Sailo sacked Tyler Vitt, forcing a punt. The Trojans kept the ball until the time ran out. - AP College Football

11/17/18- Jerry Nunez, Jr, Indiana State, 5-11, 185
Jerry Nunez delivered a 27-yard field goal as time expired to give Indiana State its fifth straight win, a 15-13 victory over Western Illinois in the final Missouri Valley Conference game of the season Saturday. The Sycamores finished the regular season 7-4 and ranked No. 23 in the Football Championship Subdivision and now await an at-large postseason berth. Nunez kicked three field goals for Indiana State, hitting from 26-yards out in the first quarter and from 18 midway through the third quarter. Sam Crosa kicked a 35-yard field goal with 5:10 left in the third quarter to put Western Illinois up, 13-12. Ryan Boyle drove the Sycamores 71 yards on the final drive to the Western Illinois 9 with :04 second left to set up Nunez's game winner. Boyle was 9 of 17 for 149 yards passing and scored from a yard out for Indiana State. Peterson Kerlegrand carried 21 times for 102 yards. Sean McGuire was 16 of 27 for 202 yards passing for Western Illinois (5-6). Steve McShane carried 16 times for 129 yards and a touchdown. - AP College Football

11/14/18- Jefferson Souza, So, Virginia Union, 6-0, 185
2018 ALL-CIAA FIRST TEAM: Place Kicker - Jefferson Souza, Virginia Union,...Ten members of the Virginia Union University football team have been selected to the 2018 All-CIAA Team, the CIAA announced on Friday, November 9. VUU's Shamdu Nalls, Tabyus Taylor, Jefferson Souza and Sterling Hammond were named First Team All-CIAA. Souza, a sophomore kicker from Deerfield Beach, Fla., set a new VUU record with 49 extra points made this past season. Souza broke the previous record set by Roderick Copeland (43) in 1981. Souza was also 15 of 18 in field goals. - Virginia Union Football

11/12/18- Matt Gay, Sr, Utah, 6-0, 230
NOV 12 PAC-12 SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Matt Gay, Sr., PK, Utah (Orem, Utah),...Set a school record by making 6-of-6 field goals (35, 20, 21, 55, 41 and 24 yards) and also made both PATs to score 20 points in the 32-25 win over Oregon...His six field goals set a school record for field goals in a game and he also tied the program record for points in a game by a kicker...His 55-yard field goal as time expired in the second quarter was a season-long, his sixth career field goal of 50-plus yards...He has made 18 straight field goal attempts, to tie for the school record...Gay ranks first in the Pac-12 and third nationally in field goals made per game (2.00). - Pac-12 Football

11/12/18- Tyler Sumpter, So, Troy, 5-10, 221
NOV 12 SUN BELT SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Tyler Sumpter, Troy (So., K/P, Hoover, Ala.,...Tyler Sumpter played a key role in three different special teams areas in Troy's win over Georgia Southern. Sumpter averaged 57.0 yards on two punts, including a booming 65 yard kick, drilled a pair of field goals (45 yards, 42 yards) and was clean on all three of his extra point attempts. - Sun Belt Football

11/12/18- Logan Justus, rJr, Indiana, 5-11, 180
NOV 12 BIG TEN SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Logan Justus, Indiana, Jr., K, McCordsville, Ind./Mt. Vernon...Hit the game-winning field goal from 42 yards out with 2:32 remaining to give Indiana a 34-32 victory over Maryland...Added a 23-yard field goal earlier in the game and has now made six straight field goal attempts and is 13-of-15 this season...Converted on all four PAT attempts to total 10 of Indiana's 34 points on the day...Earns his first career Special Teams Player of the Week honor...Last Indiana Special Teams Player of the Week: J-Shun Harris II (Sept. 17, 2018). - Big Ten Football

11/12/18- Cameron Dicker, Fr, Texas, 6-0, 205
NOV 12 BIG 12 SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Cameron Dicker, K, Fr., Texas,...The freshman Dicker connected on a 52-yard field goal in the second quarter at Texas Tech, marking the longest for a Longhorn since 2015. He also converted a 46-yard field goal in the contest. - Big 12 football

11/05/18- Sean Nuernberger, Sr, Ohio State, 6-0, 228
K Sean Nuernberger remained out for a third straight game with a leg injury. He was replaced by sophomore K Blake Haubeil, who kicked off six times but didn't attempt a field goal in Ohio State's 36-31 win over Nebraska last week.

11/05/18- Austin Seibert, Sr, Oklahoma, 5-09, 214
K/P Austin Seibert set the NCAA record for both PATs made and attempted with his first extra point last week against Texas Tech. Seibert is four points away from tying Oklahoma's career scoring record set by Michael Hunnicutt. Seibert is currently No. 8 in NCAA career scoring among kickers.

11/05/18- Evan Staley, rSo, West Virginia, 6-0, 184
NOV 5 BIG 12 SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Evan Staley, K, R-So., West Virginia,...Staley tallied 10 points in West Virginia's 42-41 victory over Texas. He connected on a pair of field goals from 44 and 45 yards, while averaging 60.2 yards per kickoff. - Big 12 Football

11/05/18- John Baron II, Sr, San Diego State, 5-10, 190
NOV 5 MOUNTAIN WEST SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: JOHN BARON II, SAN DIEGO STATE, Senior, Placekicker, Temecula, California/Chaparral HS,...Scored seven points in San Diego State's narrow 31-23 victory at New Mexico, connecting on his lone field-goal attempt and making all four PATs...Made a 32-yard field goal with 2:56 left in the fourth quarter to give the Aztecs a 24-23 lead, which proved to be the game-winning score...Also handled kick-off duty for SDSU, sending five of his six kicks into the endzone for a touchback. - Mountain West Football

11/05/18- Jameson Vest, Sr, Toledo, 5-10, 190
NOV 5 MAC WEST DIVISION SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Toledo K Jameson Vest,...Toledo senior kicker Jameson Vest (Peachtree City, Ga.) broke two career records in a 45-13 win over Ball State on Wednesday night. He connected on the 69th field goal of his career, breaking the previous school record held by Rusty Hanna (1989-92) and he successfully converted his 212th career extra point, topping Jason Robbins (2002-05) for the most in school history. Vest was 1-for-1 on field goals, a 29-yarder, and 6-for-6 on extra points for nine total points in the victory. - MAC Football

11/05/18- Spencer Evans, Sr, Purdue, 6-0, 200
NOV 5 BIG TEN SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Spencer Evans, Purdue, Sr., K, Arlington, Texas/Martin,...Booted the game-winning, 25-yard field goal with eight seconds remaining in Purdue's 38-36 win over Iowa...Also converted on all five PAT attempts to total eight of Purdue's 38 points on the day...Evans' field goal marked the first time since 2016 that the Boilermakers have won in such fashion...Earns his first career Special Teams Player of the Week honor...Last Purdue Special Teams Player of the Week: Joe Schopper (Oct. 22, 2018). - Big Ten Football

11/05/18- Tyler Sumpter, So, Troy, 5-10, 221
NOV 5 SUN BELT SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Tyler Sumpter, Troy (So, K/P, Hoover, Ala.)...Tyler Sumpter tied a school record with four field goals in Troy's win over Louisiana last Saturday. Sumpter made a pair of 40-plus yard kicks including a 49-yard attempt and was also perfect on a pair of extra points. Sumpter has made eighth straight field goals and is 11-of-14 on the season. - Sun Belt Football

11/05/18- Christopher Dunn, Fr, North Carolina State, 5-08, 177
NOV 5 ACC SPECIALIST OF THE WEEK: Christopher Dunn, NC State, Fr., PK, Lexington, N.C.,...Dunn accounted for 17 of the Wolfpack's 47 points in Saturday's win over Florida State ... Perfect 4-for-4 on field goals on attempts from 21, 26, 31 and 38 yards ... Also 5-for-5 on extra points ... Field goal total was the highest for a Wolfpack player since Nikolas Sade also had four against North Carolina in 2013 ... Dunn now ranks third in the ACC in scoring with 9.0 ppg ... With 14 made field goals for the season, Dunn has crushed Sade's previous school rookie record of 11 set in 2011. - ACC Football

11/05/18- Merek Glover, Jr, Tulane, 6-0, 195
NOV 5 AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Merek Glover, Tulane, Jr., K, Jericho, N.Y.,...Glover scored a career-high 11 points, with two field goals and five PATs to help Tulane to a 41-15 win at USF, moving the Green Wave into a tie for second place in The American's West Division. Glover hit field goals of 38 and 24 yards as part of a 20-point second quarter for the Green Wave. - American Athletic Conference Football

11/05/18- Crews Holt, rSo, Middle Tennessee, 5-11, 185
NOV 5 CONFERENCE USA SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Middle Tennessee sophomore K Crews Holt's career-long 42-yard field goal in the first quarter was just the start for the sophomore, as he went on to hit a career high five field goals - going a perfect 5-for-5 - and notch a career best 17 points. The two marks match the Middle Tennessee school records for field goals made and points by a kicker in a single game, while the five field goals match the second-most in a single game in the history of C-USA football. Crews is the fifth different C-USA kicker to win the Special Teams honor this season. - Conference USA Football

11/03/18- Trey Tuttle, So, Weber State, 5-09, 190
Jake Constantine passed for two touchdowns and Trey Tuttle added a pair of field goals and Weber State defeated Sacramento State 26-14 on Saturday to win its fourth straight and remain bunched among Big Sky Conference leaders. Tuttle kicked field goals of 42 and 35 yards in the first half, and Constantine threw a 20-yard scoring pass to Darryl Denby wide open in the end zone as the Wildcats (7-2, 5-1) built a 13-0 lead after a half. Weber State, ranked No. 5 in the FCS coaches poll, pushed the lead to 19-0 when Constantine connected with Rashid Shaheed from 20 early in the third quarter. Armon Bailey came untouched off the end to sack Constantine - his first career sack - and Leonard Hazewood IV picked the ball off the turf and returned it 33 yards for Sacramento State's first touchdown. Hamish McClure added a 13-yard scramble in the final minute for the Hornets (2-7, 0-6). - AP College Football

10/31/18- Jameson Vest, Sr, Toledo, 5-10, 190
Bryant Koback had two first-half touchdown runs and Toledo beat Ball State 45-13 on Wednesday night in a game that saw each team commit five turnovers. The Rockets (5-4, 3-2 Mid-American) scored 21 points in less than 2 1/2 minutes in the first quarter. Koback opened the scoring with a 19-yard run, seven plays after Willie Ross recovered a fumble. Ball State (3-7, 2-4) then went three-and-out and the Rockets drove 77 yards in just 45 seconds with the help of a 51-yard pass play. Art Thompkins capped the drive with a 1-yard run. Three plays after the ensuing kickoff, Drew Plitt was strip-sacked by Terrance Taylor with Tuzar Skipper racing to the end zone to dive on the ball for a 21-0 lead. Plitt threw an 18-yard touchdown pass to Riley Miller, who had 101 yards receiving, early in the second quarter but soon the Rockets made it 28-7 on Koback's 3-yard run that came 10 plays after Zachary Ford intercepted Plitt. Jameson Vest added his school-record 69th career field goal for a 31-7 lead late in the third quarter. - AP College Football

10/29/18- Austin Seibert, Sr, Oklahoma, 5-09, 214
K/P Austin Seibert tied the NCAA record for both PATs made and attempted with his final extra point last week against Kansas State. Seibert is 11 points away from tying Oklahoma's career scoring record set by Michael Hunnicutt. Seibert is currently No. 9 in NCAA career scoring among kickers.

10/29/18- Jonathan Cruz, Fr, Charlotte, 5-09, 170
OCT 29 CONFERENCE USA SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Charlotte freshman K Jonathan Cruz was 2-for-2 in field goal attempts and 2-2 in PAT's in the 49ers 20-17 win over Southern Miss. His 39-yard field goal with 4:19 left to play proved to be the winning margin as Charlotte improved to 3-0 at home this season in conference play with a win over the Golden Eagles. The freshman also kicked a 40-yarder in the third quarter, setting a 49ers' freshman record with six field goals of 40 or more yards on the year. Cruz is now a perfect 18-of-18 on extra points this year. This is the second time this season that he has been named C-USA Special Teams Player of the Week. - Conference USA Football

10/29/18- Kyle Pfau, Sr, Louisiana, 5-11, 189
OCT 29 SUN BELT SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Kyle Pfau, Louisiana (Sr., K, Klein, Texas)...Louisiana senior kicker Kyle Pfau was perfect on two field goals in Louisiana's 47-43 win over Arkansas State, including a 52-yard strike that was not only a career-long, but also the seventh-longest in Louisiana Football history. The Klein, Texas native was also successful on a 47-yard boot. The 52-yard field goal is the longest kick across the entire Sun Belt Conference thus far in the 2018 season. The 52-yard kick also ranks in the Top 25 nationally for longest field goals made in the FBS this season, and it was also the fourth-longest kick converted in the FBS this past week. - Sun Belt Football

10/29/18- Louie Zervos, rJr, Ohio, 5-09, 179
OCT 29 MAC EAST DIVISION SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Ohio K Louie Zervos...Ohio junior kicker Louie Zervos (Tarpon Springs, Fla.) made all seven of his extra point attempts and converted a 23-yard field goal in a 52-14 win over Ball State on Thursday, Oct. 25 at Peden Stadium. Zervos converted from 23 yards out with 9:54 left in the second quarter to give the Bobcats a 10-7 advantage, a lead Ohio did not relinquish en route to scoring 52 points that went unanswered until Ball State scored a touchdown late touchdown in the fourth quarter. - MAC Football

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