Cowboys Sweep Big 12 Weekly Honors

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Oklahoma State swept the Big 12’s weekly honors for the first week in November, winning the offensive, defensive, and special teams player of the week awards.

OSU quarterback Mason Rudolph is the offensive player of the week.

Rudolph was 16-for-24 for 352 yards and 5 touchdowns in the Cowboys’ 49-29 win over TCU.

It’s Rudolph’s second Big 12 weekly award of the year.

Linebacker Chad Whitener is the defensive player of the week.

Whitener intercepted two passes, returning one 42 yards for a touchdown, and had 8 tackles in the win over the Horned Frogs.

It’s his first career Big 12 weekly honor.

Punter Zach Sinor is the special teams player of the week.

Sinor punted nine times against TCU and six of those were downed inside the 20-yard line.

Only one punt had a return of more than two yards.

It’s Sinor’s second Big 12 weekly award of the season.