Jordan Stout Named Big Ten Special Teams Player of The Week For Fourth Time This Season

By Vincent Lungaro on November 22, 2021 at 11:45 am
Dec 19, 2020; University Park, Pennsylvania, USA; Penn State Nittany Lions kicker Jordan Stout (98) punts the ball during the fourth quarter against the Illinois Fighting Illini at Beaver Stadium. Penn State defeated Illinois 56-21. Mandatory Credit: Matthew OHaren-USA TODAY Sports
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No big deal, just Jordan Stout earning Big Ten Special Teams Player of the Week for the second-straight week and fourth time this season. 

Stout earned conference-wide recognition after a punting masterclass in Penn State's 28-0 win over Rutgers. Stout knocked five punts inside the 10 against Rutgers and six of his eight punts landed inside the 20. He hit two punts of 50+ yards.

Handling kick-off duties once again as well, Stout pinned the Scarlet Knights deep in their own territory all game long, with Rutgers' average starting field position at its own 18-yard line. 

Stout ranks ninth in the country, and second in the Big Ten, with a 46.47 punt average. The senior specialist is also a semifinalist for the Ray Guy Award for the nation's top punter.

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