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Zenner Adds Weekly Honor

South Dakota State University star running back Zach Zenner has added another Missouri Valley Football honor.

The All American was named the league’s Offensive Player of the week after another record setting effort.

Zenner tied his own school record with 295 yards rushing and set a new career high with four TDs in a 35-28 victory at North Dakota. Zenner totaled 326 yards from scrimmage in the game as he also finished with 31 receiving yards on two receptions. Zenner previously racked up 295 yards in the first round of the 2012 FCS playoffs against Eastern Illinois. It marked the fourth time in his career that Zenner surpassed the 200-yard mark in a game and he now holds three of the top five single-game rushing performances in school history.

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