For a second straight week, K-State has the Big 12’s special team player of the week. This time it’s freshman Tyler Lockett. Lockett returned a kick for a touchdown for the second consecutive week when took the second-half kickoff 97 yards to paydirt. He also set up a field goal just before the half with a 48-yard reception. He finished with 251 all-purpose yards, catching five passes for 110 yards and a touchdown. Lockett follows up his K-State teammate Raphael Guidry, who was Big 12 special team player of the week after blocking a pair of field goals against Texas Tech. Placekicker Anthony Cantele also won the award earlier in the season.