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Big 12 honors Isaiah Zuber as Special Teams Player of the Week

Junior receiver had 85-yard punt return touchdown in K-State victory.

NCAA Football: South Dakota at Kansas State
Kansas State Wildcats wide receiver Isaiah Zuber (7) crosses the goal line for an 85-yard punt return for a touchdown during the fourth quarter against the South Dakota Coyotes at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
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The Big 12 Conference announced its football players of the week, and Isaiah Zuber of the Kansas State Wildcats picked up the honor for special teams after K-State’s victory over the South Dakota Coyotes on Saturday.

The junior receiver from Stone Mountain, Ga., had four returns for 108 yards, including an 85-yard punt return for a touchdown that cut South Dakota’s lead to 24-19 with about 12 minutes left in the game. (The Wildcats would go on to take the lead when Zuber caught a 10-yard touchdown pass from Skylar Thompson.)

This is Zuber’s first conference Player of the Week award. Other players of the week recognized by the conference included West Virginia quarterback Will Grier (offensive), Oklahoma linebacker Curtis Bolton (defensive), and Oklahoma State running back Chuba Hubbard and TCU receiver Derius Davis (co-newcomers).