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Emmit Carpenter Named Big Ten Kicker Of the Year

In his first year on the field, Emmit Carpenter has put up outstanding numbers, and has been named the Big Ten kicker of the year.

Carpenter has converted 21-of-23 field goals during this season for a 91.3% conversion rate, and had 4 games with 3 or more field goals. He also made the semifinalist list for the Lou Groza Award.

Week 1: Special Teams Players of the Week (FBS)

Special Teams Players of the Week for Division 1 football in the FBS as announced by their respective conferences.  This list covers kickers and punters only.

Week 11: Special Teams Players of the Week (FBS)

 

Special Teams Players of the Week for Division 1 football in the FBS as announced by their respective conferences.  This list covers kickers and punters only.

 

BIG TEN: Brett Maher | P/K | Nebraska

Week 10: Special Teams Players of the Week (FBS)

 

The Special Teams Players of the Week for week 10 in college football (FBS) as named by their respective conferences.

 

BIG TEN: Mike Sadler | P | Michigan State

WEEK 9: Special Teams Players of the Week

Punters and kickers in week 9 of college football (FBS) that have recieved Special Teams Player of the Week honors as announced by their respective conferences.

BIG 12: Quinn Sharp | K/P | Oklahoma State

Week 8: Special Teams Players Of The Week

SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYERS OF THE WEEK (FBS)

Week 7: Special Teams Players of the Week

 

It was a great week for special teams play in the FBS with a few outstanding performances.  There were a few overtime game winners, and the punters did their part as well!

 

SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYERS OF THE WEEK (FBS)

Budzien Tops List of Kickers Yet To Miss In Week 5

With 11 makes, Jeff Budzein of Northwestern currently tops the list of 11 college kickers who have yet to miss going into week 6.

Believe it or not, two of Northwestern's games didn't even include a field goal attempt.  Budzien has pulled together three impressive games to arrive at the top of the list.  These included a 5-field goal performance leading Northwestern to a 22-12 win over Boston College and 3 field goals each in games against Vanderbilt and Indiana. He has already surpassed the number of attempts he had at the end of the 2011 season.

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