One more time, Dalvin Cook.
Cook wrapped up the regular season of his junior year – expected to be his last – in a big way Saturday night. Cook rushed for 153 yards against a tough Florida defense and scored his record-setting 45th touchdown. Once again, Cook is the Sunshine State Player of the Week.
In three games against the Gators, Cook had 480 yards.
Cook had solid competition for this week’s award, most notably from Miami quarterback Brad Kaaya. Kaaya threw for 396 yards and four touchdowns against Duke. USF running back Marlon Mack had 155 yards rushing, and quarterback Quinton Flowers had 304 yards of total offense. FAU freshman Devin Singletary rushed for 265 yards. FSU’s Demarcus Walker had two sacks against the Gators. Florida defensive back Marcell Harris had 11 tackles.
The Sunshine State Award is given weekly by the SaintPetersblog.