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Hankins earns honors for game at Oregon State

October 03, 2010

College Football Performance Awards

Senior punter Trevor Hankins was named College Football Performance Awards Football Bowl Subdivision Punter Performer of the Week.

Hankins punted four times for 198 times, giving him a 49.5-yard average for the game. His longest of the day was a 56-yarder and he landed one inside the 20-yard line. The starter since 2009, he earned honorable mention punter performer of the week in both week two and three.

The purpose of the College Football Performance Awards is to provide the most scientifically rigorous distinction in college football. Recipients are selected based exclusively on objective scientific rankings and place emphasis on the extent to which individual players increase the overall effectiveness of their teams. The CFPA is also the sole group to honor national freshman performer of the year, kickoff returner, punt returner and kickoff specialist.

Previous honorees

Week Four:
Honorable Mention Running Back Perfomer of the Week- freshman Deantre Lewis
Honorable Mention Linebacker Performer of the Week- sophomore Vontaze Burfict

Week Three:
Kickoff Returner Performer of the Week- junior cornerback Omar Bolden
Honorable Mention Punter Performer of the Week- Hankins

Week Two:
Honorable Mention Punter Performer of the Week- Hankins