Oklahoma State Punter’s Heisman Campaign Ends After Two Fails On Same Play

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Back in July, Oklahoma State punter Zach Sinor made headlines by launching his 2017 Heisman Trophy campaign, complete with a retro website, a #sinor4heisman T-shirt and a fu-manchu mustache.

Well, his march for college football immortality came to a screeching halt against the Pittsburgh Panthers on Saturday.

With the No. 9 Cowboys leading the Panthers 56-14 late in the quarter, Sinor lined up for a seemingly meaningless punt. But what happened next can only be described with one word: fail.

Double fail!

Sinor’s gaffe obviously wasn’t that big of a deal, as the Cowboys went on to win 59-21 at Heinz Field. Still, it likely means we’ll have to go at least one more year before seeing a punter win the Heisman Trophy.

Thumbnail photo via Charles LeClaire/USA TODAY Sports Images

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