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Center: Gabe Ikard, Oklahoma, 6-3, 288, Jr., Oklahoma City
Offensive line: B.J. Finney, Kansas State, 6-4, 303, Soph., Andale, Kan.; Cyril Richardson, Baylor, 6-5, 335, Jr., Fort Worth, Texas; Lane Taylor, Oklahoma State, 6-3, 328, Sr., Arlington, Texas; LaAdrian Waddle, Texas Tech, 6-6, 330, Sr., Columbus, Texas
Tight end: Travis Tannahill, Kansas State, 6-3, 253, Sr., Overland Park, Kan.
Receiver: Stedman Bailey, West Virginia, 5-10, 194, Jr., Miramar, Fla.; Josh Stewart, Oklahoma State, 5-10, 178, Soph., Denton, Texas; u-Terrance Williams, Baylor, 6-2, 205, Sr., Dallas;
Running back: Joseph Randle, Oklahoma State, 6-1, 200, Jr., Wichita, Kan.
Quarterback: Collin Klein, Kansas State, 6-5, 226, Sr., Loveland, Colo.
All-purpose: Tavon Austin, West Virginia, 5-9, 171, Sr., Baltimore
Kicker: Quinn Sharp, Oklahoma State, 6-1, 205, Sr., Mansfield, Texas
Center: Joe Madsen, West Virginia, 6-4, 305, Sr., Chardon, Ohio
Offensive line: Blaize Foltz, TCU, 6-4, 310, Sr., Rose Hill, Kan.; Tanner Hawkinson, Kansas, 6-5, 300, Sr., McPherson, Kan.; Cornelius Lucas, Kansas State, 6-9, 324, Jr., New Orleans; Ivory Wade, Baylor, 6-4, 310, Sr., Dickinson, Texas
Tight end: Trey Millard, Oklahoma, 6-2, 256, Jr., Columbia, Mo.
Receiver: (tie) Tavon Austin, West Virginia, 5-9, 171, Sr., Baltimore; Darrin Moore, Texas Tech, 6-4, 216, Sr., Irving, Texas; Kenny Stills, Oklahoma, 6-1, 190, Jr., Encinitas, Calif.; Eric Ward, Texas Tech, 6-0, 204, Jr., Wichita Falls, Texas
Running back — James Sims, Kansas, 6-0, 200, Jr., Irving, Texas
Quarterback: (tie) Landry Jones, Oklahoma, 6-4, 218, Sr., Artesia, N.M.; Geno Smith, West Virginia, 6-3, 220, Sr., Miami
All-purpose — Tyler Lockett, Kansas State, 5-11, 175, Soph., Tulsa, Okla.
Kicker — Anthony Cantele, Kansas State, 5-10, 183, Sr., Wichita, Kan.
Defensive line: u-Devonte Fields, TCU, 6-4, 240, Fr., Arlington, Texas; Kerry Hyder, Texas Tech, 6-2, 281, Jr., Austin, Texas; Alex Okafor, Texas, 6-4, 265, Sr., Pflugerville, Texas; u-Meshak Williams, Kansas State, 6-3, 245, Sr., Sylvester, Ga.
Linebacker: u-Arthur Brown, Kansas State, 6-1, 231, Sr., Wichita, Kan.; Kenny Cain, TCU, 6-1, 225, Sr., Metairie, La.; u-A.J. Klein, Iowa St., 6-2, 248, Sr., Kimberly, Wis.; Jake Knott, Iowa State, 6-3, 252, Sr., Waukee, Iowa.
Defensive back: Aaron Colvin, Oklahoma, 6-0, 181, Jr., Owasso, Okla.; Tony Jefferson, Oklahoma, 5-11, 212, Jr., Chula Vista, Calif.; Jason Verrett, TCU, 5-10, 180, Jr., Fairfield, Calif.; Ty Zimmerman, Kansas State, 6-1, 203, Jr., Junction City, Kan.
Punter: Quinn Sharp, Oklahoma State, 6-1, 205, Sr., Mansfield, Texas
Defensive Line: Calvin Barnett, Oklahoma State, 6-2, 299, Jr., Tulsa, Okla.; Dartwan Bush, Texas Tech, 6-1, 256, Jr., Clute, Texas; Adam Davis, Kansas State, 6-0, 247, Sr., Folkston, Ga.; Stansly Maponga, TCU, 6-2, 265, Jr., Carrollton, Texas
Linebacker: Bryce Hager, Baylor, 6-1, 235, Soph., Austin, Texas; Ben Heeney, Kansas, 6-0, 225, Soph., Hutchinson, Kan.; Eddie Lackey, Baylor, 6-0, 220, Jr., Murrieta, Calif.; Shaun Lewis, Oklahoma State, 5-11, 225, Jr., Missouri City, Texas
Defensive back: Sam Carter, TCU, 6-1, 220, Soph., Alief, Texas; Durrell Givens, Iowa State, 6-0, 210, Sr., Long Beach, Calif.; Kenny Vaccaro, Texas, 6-1, 218, Sr., Brownwood, Texas; Nigel Malone, Kansas State, 5-10, 180, Sr., Manteca, Calif.
Punter: Alex King, Texas, 6-2, 205, Sr., Winston-Salem, N.C.
Offensive line: Jeff Braun, West Virginia; Carter Bykowski, Iowa State; Le’Raven Clark, Texas Tech; Pat Eger, West Virginia; Tom Farniok, Iowa State; Trey Hopkins, Texas; Bronson Irwin, Oklahoma; Lane Johnson, Oklahoma; Cameron Kaufhold, Baylor; Tavon Rooks, Kansas State; Jonathan Rush, Oklahoma State; Adam Shead, Oklahoma; Eric Tausch, TCU; Mason Walters, Texas; Daryl Williams, Oklahoma; Duane Zlatnik, Kansas
Tight end: Jace Amaro, Texas Tech; Ernst Brun, Iowa State; Blake Jackson, Oklahoma State; Jimmay Mundine, Kansas; Jordan Najvar, Baylor; Braden Wilson, Kansas State
Receiver: Josh Boyce, TCU; Mike Davis, Texas; Chris Harper, Kansas State; Tyler Lockett, Kansas State
Running back: John Hubert, Kansas State; Lache Seastrunk, Baylor; Damien Williams, Oklahoma
Quarterback: Nick Florence, Baylor
All-purpose: Justin Brown, Oklahoma; Collin Klein, Kansas State; Tony Pierson, Kansas; Lache Seastrunk, Baylor
Kicker: Michael Hunnicutt, Oklahoma
Defensive line: Will Clarke, West Virginia; Jackson Jeffcoat, Texas; David King, Oklahoma; Jake McDonough, Iowa State; Jamarkus McFarland, Oklahoma; Nigel Nicholas, Oklahoma State; Chuka Ndulue, Oklahoma
Linebacker: Isaiah Bruce, West Virginia; Jarell Childs, Kansas State; Ahmad Dixon, Baylor; Steve Edmond, Texas; Alex Elkins, Oklahoma State; Josh Francis, West Virginia; Terence Garvin, West Virginia; Joel Hasley, TCU; Will Smith, Texas Tech
Defensive back: Cody Davis, Texas Tech; Javon Harris, Oklahoma; Demontre Hurst, Oklahoma; Karl Joseph, West Virginia; Daytawion Lowe, Oklahoma State; Bradley McDougald, Kansas; Elisha Olabode, TCU; Joe Williams, Baylor
Offensive player of the year — Collin Klein, Kansas State
Defensive player of the year — Devonte Fields, TCU
Offensive newcomer of the year — Lache Seastrunk, Baylor
Defensive newcomer of the year — Devonte Fields, TCU
Coach of the year — u-Bill Snyder, Kansas State
OK, I guess I can see Kline at QB but I am sorry, Landry Jones can't carry Nick's jock.
Landry Jones 2nd team? Really? That's just stupid.....
Okafor first time DE
Vacarro 2nd team S
No other long horns except a P (unless I missed one).
When was the last time you saw that?
Landry AND Geno ahead of Nick. Wow. Nick led the country in offense, fellas. Good job on that vote.
Lache getting Offensive newcomer of the year and honorable mention RB in playing effectively 5 games is pretty dang impressive. He will be a Heisman finalist before he leaves BU.
i can actually see Geno Smith, but Landry Jones? Nope!
Landry is good. Basically, third year in a row with 4000 yards, 65% completion, and 30 tds.
I still take Nick, but I understand why Landry got it.
Hear hear! I think Nick suffered from the "haven't been around long enough" problem. B/c he'd been behind RGIII for so long, he got little exposure (basically last half of his freshman year). Gino, Klein and Landry all had long histories and that made it easier for writers to vote for them.
I'm with you guys, with the POSSIBLE exception of Gino, I'd take Nick over every single other Big 12 passer.
I'm also relieved, in fact, a little exultant, that so few UT players made the list. For some reason the national voters and particularly the coaches' poll thing these guys walk on water b/c they have a horn on their head. As has been the case for about the last 5 years, UT is now continually engaged in the 2d worst waste of talent in the state of Texas behind the Ags, who have no historic peer in this regard.
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