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All-time All-Big 12 football team revealed

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Wednesday, November 24 2010

Former University of Texas quarterback Vince Young, former Nebraska defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops are the top honorees on The Associated Press’ all-time, all-Big 12 team.

As the conference enters the final regular-season weekend with 12 teams, the AP asked voters of this year’s all-Big 12 squad to select the best of the best from the league’s 15 seasons.

Young and Suh were chosen the top players on each side of the ball.

Suh and Stoops were runaway winners and Young narrowly beat another Texas player, running back Ricky Williams.

Of the 26 position players chosen, Suh and Williams were the only unanimous picks.

Oklahoma landed seven players on the list, the most by any school.

CENTER (1 selection):

Dominic Raiola, Nebraska (13 votes)

Also receiving votes: Seth McKinney, Texas A&M (3); Jon Cooper, Oklahoma (1); Randall Cummins, Kansas State (1); Rob Riti, Missouri (1); Adam Spieker, Missouri (1).

GUARD/TACKLE (4 selections):

Jammal Brown, Oklahoma (15)
Aaron Taylor, Nebraska (15)
Justin Blalock, Texas (13)
Russell Okung, Oklahoma State (12)

Also receiving votes: Andre Gurode, Colorado (8); Leonard Davis, Texas (3); Duke Robinson, Oklahoma (3); Chris Naeole, Colorado (2); Jason Smith, Baylor (2); Trent Williams, Oklahoma (2); Anthony Collins, Kansas (1); Chris Dishman, Nebraska (1); Toniu Fonoti, Nebraska (1); Richie Incognito, Nebraska (1); Phil Loadholt, Oklahoma (1).

WIDE RECEIVERS (2 selections):

Michael Crabtree, Texas Tech (19)
Rashaun Woods, Oklahoma State (8)

Also receiving votes: Jeremy Maclin, Missouri (5); Jordan Shipley, Texas (2); Mark Clayton, Oklahoma (3); Ryan Broyles, Oklahoma (1); Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State (1); Roy Williams, Texas (1).

TIGHT END (1 selection):

Chase Coffman, Missouri (8)

Also receiving votes: Daniel Graham, Colorado (7); Jermaine Gresham, Oklahoma (3); Alonzo Mayes, Oklahoma State (1); David Thomas, Texas (1).

QUARTERBACK (1 selection):

Vince Young, Texas (16)

Also receiving votes: Colt McCoy, Texas (3); Sam Bradford, Oklahoma (1).

RUNNING BACK (2 selections):

Ricky Williams, Texas (20)
Adrian Peterson, Oklahoma (16)

Also receiving votes: Darren Sproles, Kansas State (3); Ahman Green, Nebraska (1).

ALL-PURPOSE (1 selection):

Darren Sproles, K-State (6)

Also receiving votes: David Allen, Kansas State (5); Wes Welker, Texas Tech (4); Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State (2); Brad Smith, Missouri (2); Jeremy Maclin, Missouri (1).

KICKER (1 selection):

Mason Crosby, Colorado (12)

Also receiving votes: Martin Gramatica, K-State (5); Jeff Wolfert, Missouri (2); Alex Henery, Nebraska (1).

DEFENSIVE LINE (4 selections):

Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska (20)
Tommie Harris, Oklahoma (17)
Grant Wistrom, Nebraska (17)
Brian Orakpo, Texas (10)

Also receiving votes: Gerald McCoy, Oklahoma (4); Darren Howard, Kansas State (2); Montae Reagor, Texas Tech (2); Justin Smith, Missouri (2); Jeremy Beal, Oklahoma (1); Dan Cody, Oklahoma (1); Dusty Dvoracek, Oklahoma (1); Casey Hampton, Texas (1); James McClinton, Kansas (1); Brian Smith, Missouri (1).

LINEBACKER (4 selections):

Derrick Johnson, Texas (19)
Dat Nguyen, Texas A&M (19)
Rocky Calmus, Oklahoma (12)
Teddy Lehman, Oklahoma (10)

Also receiving votes: Mark Simoneau, Kansas State (6); Rufus Alexander, Oklahoma (2); Sean Weatherspoon, Missouri (2); Jordon Dizon, Colorado (1); Lawrence Flugence, Texas Tech (1); Jeff Kelly, Kansas State (1); Curtis Lofton, Oklahoma (1); Carlos Polk, Nebraska (1); Nick Reid, Kansas (1); Matt Russell, Colorado (1).

DEFENSIVE BACK (4 selections):

Roy Williams, Oklahoma (19)
Terence Newman, Kansas State (16)
Derrick Strait, Oklahoma (10)
Michael Huff, Texas (8)

Also receiving votes: Aqib Talib, Kansas (7); Mike Brown, Nebraska (4); Ralph Brown, Nebraska (3); Aaron Ross, Texas (2); Earl Thomas, Texas (2); Nathan Vasher, Texas (2); Chris Canty, Kansas State (1); Ellis Hobbs, Iowa State (1); Quentin Jammer, Texas (1); R.W. McQuarters, Oklahoma State (1); Mike Minter, Nebraska (1); Dwayne Slay, Texas Tech (1); Jason Webster, Texas A&M (1).

PUNTER (1 selection):

Daniel Sepulveda, Baylor (15)

Also receiving votes: Shane Lechler, Texas A&M (5).

TOP OFFENSIVE PLAYER:

Vince Young, Texas (10)

Also receiving votes: Ricky Williams, Texas (7); Colt McCoy, Texas (2); Sam Bradford, Oklahoma (1).

TOP DEFENSIVE PLAYER:

Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska (16)

Also receiving votes: Roy Williams, Oklahoma (2); Derrick Strait, Oklahoma (1); Grant Wistrom, Nebraska, (1).

TOP COACH: Bob Stoops, Oklahoma (18)

Also receiving votes: Mack Brown, Texas (1); Bill Snyder, Kansas State (1).

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