WSU's Toone named Special Teams Player of the Week

WSU's Toone named Special Teams Player of the Week

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OGDEN -- Weber State receiver-returnman Tim Toone has been named the The Sports Network's FCS special teams player of the week.

The network honored Toone after he returned a punt 95 yards for a touchdown on a day where he piled up 263 all-purpose yards with four total touchdowns to lead Weber State to a 49-10 victory over Sacramento State Saturday.

Toone also returned two punts for 109 yards and added eight receptions for 154 yards and three TDs of 25, five and eight yards for the Wildcats.

The 95-yard punt return broke the previous Big Sky Conference and school record by one yard, beating the mark of Randle Anderson of Weber State in a 1971 game against North Texas.

Toone also became the seventh player in league history to reach the 3,000 career receiving yards mark.

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