Randolph Named National Placekicker of the Week
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Virginia senior placekicker Robert Randolph was named College Football Performance Awards’ (CFPA) National Placekicker of the Week after he connected on a career-high four field goals in UVa’s 40-3 triumph over William & Mary. Randolph shared the honor with Brett Maher (Nebraska) and Quinn Sharp (Oklahoma State).
Randolph made field goals from 26, 32, 42 and 48 yards. He also was a perfect 4-of-4 on PATs for a total of 16 points in the game. Randolph was on the Lou Groza Award Watch List for the nation’s best kicker in 2009 and 2010.