Data Scout Notes: 2013: 1stC...PSTPOYC/PGroza/P1stC/TSX-PTW...2012: GrozaWinner/Consensus All-American Team/1stC/AP1st/GrozaFinalist/GrozaSemifinalist...2011: NA...2010: HMC
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Draft Scout Cairo Santos News
12/17/13 - 2013 ALL-CONFERENCE USA FIRST TEAM (COACHES): K - Cairo Santos, Tulane, Sr.,...Santos is a repeat performer after earning All C-USA First Team honors a year ago during his junior campaign. A native of Brasilia, Brazil, he has played in all 12 games and leads the team with 83 points after connecting on 16-of-22 field goals, including two game-winners against East Carolina and North Texas, and all 35 PATs. He also handles kickoff duties and has 58 kickoffs for 3,735 yards (64.4 avg) and 44 touchbacks. Santos has only allowed 12 returns this season.
His perfect PAT percentage in 2013 is tied for the Tulane single-season record while his field goals made and field goal attempts are tied for fourth and his PATs made and PAT attempts sits tied for seventh. Santos shares the conference lead in PAT percentage (1.000) while sitting second in field goals made per game (1.30), third in field goal percentage (.727) and fifth in points per game (6.9). - Tulane football
11/29/13 - WEEK 13 CONFERENCE USA SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Tulane senior K Cairo Santos registered a 39-yard field goal and converted all six of his PATs for nine points, helping Tulane to a 45-3 win over the UTEP in the final regular season home game at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Kicking to UTEP's Autrey Golden, who entered last week's game ranked 14th nationally in kickoff return average (27.9 avg.) and second with two kickoff return touchdowns, Santos limited Golden to one return on the day by sending six of his seven kickoffs into the back of the end zone. Golden finished with one return on the day for 22 yards. The St. Augustine, Fla., native has knocked 41 of his 54 kickoffs this season into the back of the end zone. This is the second time Santos has earned Player of the week honors this season. - Conference USA football
10/14/13 - WEEK 7 CONFERENCE USA SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Green Wave senior K Cairo Santos tied a school single-game record with five made field goals, including the game-winner from 42 yards, in the Green Wave's 36-33 triple overtime win over East Carolina on Saturday. For the game, Santos connected from 42 yards three times, 43 yards and 28 yards while his only miss was from 55 yards. He is now 12-of-16 on the year and has back-to-back games with game-winning field goals after connecting on a 27-yard field goal against North Texas as time expired the previous week. Santos also sent five of his six kickoffs into the back of the end zone and allowed the Pirates just one kickoff return on the day. This is the second C-USA Special Teams Player of the Week for Santos, who was named one of the three Lou Groza Award National Stars of the Week on Monday. - Conference USA football
10/14/13 - WEEK 7 CBSSPORTS.COM NATIONAL SPECIALIST OF THE WEEK: Tulane K Cairo Santos...The 2012 Lou Groza Award winner has been on his game in recent weeks, connecting on back-to-back game-winning field goals to lead Tulane to a 3-0 start in Conference USA play. Santos connected from 42, 28, 42 and 43 yards in regulation to force overtime against C-USA frontrunner East Carolina . His game-winner from 42 yards out came in triple overtime, giving the Green Wave a 36-33 win. - CBSSports.com
10/12/13 - Cairo Santos kicked five field goals, including a 42-yard game winner in overtime, to give Tulane a 36-33 win over East Carolina in a Conference USA matchup Saturday. Both teams matched each other with two OT touchdowns but East Carolina's third possession drive stalled and Harvey missed a 42-yard field goal, giving Tulane the opening it needed to send Santos in for the game-winning score when it took over the ball.
The Green Wave (5-2, 3-0) relied on Santos, and a 98-yard interception return for a touchdown by Derrick Strozier, to keep the game close as East Carolina (4-2, 2-1) racked up 543 total yards of offense, including 480 yards passing and a touchdown by Shane Carden. East Carolina had a chance to take the lead with 3 seconds remaining in regulation but Warren Harvey missed a 42-yard field goal, sending the game into overtime. - AP Sports