Stout averaged 53.9 yards per punt on seven attempts, which is ranked second in a Penn State game. The first place rank belongs to Ralph Giacomarro, who averaged 54.75 in 1981 against Syracuse.
Stout hit a 76-yard punt during the Wisconsin game, which is tied for the third-longest punt in program history. He also hit a 24-yard field goal to tie the game in the fourth quarter before Penn State eventually won 16-10.
He currently has the top punting average in the country and the third-best average in the Big Ten.
Penn State will compete in their home opener against Ball State on Sept. 11 at 3:30 p.m.