By Scott Wright
Starting with an early August post on social media that let the world know he’d had hernia surgery, this football season has been a strange one for Oklahoma State punter Zach Sinor.
The surgery kept him out for three games and he has been strong since his return, averaging 46.9 yards on 15 punts, with only one touchback and four punts downed inside the 20.
But getting back to game speed took some time.
“I didn't have all of fall camp to punt behind a shield and do live reps, so it's kinda been different,” Sinor said.
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