Last year, it was Nick Ferrara handling all three kicking chores.
Now, it's Travis Baltz, especially after a strong day in a 62-3 pummeling of Morgan State.
The senior averaged 41.2 yards a punt, knocking three of his four attempts inside the 20.
Oh, and he took over the kickoff duties when Ted Townsley was hurt in the middle of the game.
Then there's the matching 47-yard field goals to pair with eight extra points.
"He's MVP of the special teams," coach Ralph Friedgen said. "He came up with the two big field goals. I was going to punt the ball because I didn't think it was his range and he came up and said 'I can make this,' and he was a man of his word."
Ferrara missed the first two games with a groin injury, and it's uncertain when he'll return. And even when he does, the sophomore might not have a job immediately waiting for him.
Baltz is 3-for-3 on his field goal attempts --- the first of his career --- and has made all 10 of his extra point attempts.
"Right now, to me, he's our guy," Friedgen said. "We'll see what happens. I don't know where Nick's at. I don't know if he'll be back for West Virginia. Right now, the way he's kicking, I'm staying with him."