2016 Award Winners and All Americans

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  1. Cheez

    Cheez TSO's 1,000,000th Poster

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    Maxwell Award: Matt Gibson - Stanford
    169 carries, 1612 yards, 40 total TDs

    Walter Camp Award: Matt Gibson - Stanford
    169 carries, 1612 yards, 40 total TDs

    Bednarik Award: Evan Dixon - Penn State
    71 tackles, 30 TFL, 9 interceptions, 8 forced fumbles, 2 TD

    Nagurski Award: Evan Dixon - Penn State
    71 tackles, 30 TFL, 9 interceptions, 8 forced fumbles, 2 TD

    Walker Award: Matt Gibson - Stanford
    169 carries, 1612 yards, 40 total TDs

    Lombardi Award: Scott Buchanan - Penn State
    34 tackles, 26 TFL, 19.5 sacks, FF

    Best LB Award: Evan Dixon - Penn State
    71 tackles, 30 TFL, 9 interceptions, 8 forced fumbles, 2 TD

    Groza Award: Chris King - Stanford
    84/84 PAT, 20/20 FG, Long of 61, 89 touchbacks on kickoff

    Guy Award: Brian Rush - Ohio State
    20 punts, 42.6 yards / punt, 4 downed inside the 20

    Best RET Award: Steve Gordon - Cal
    47 kick returns, 27.8 yds/return, 2 TD
    36 punt returns, 9.9 yards / return

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    Heisman Trophy: Matt Gibson - Stanford
    169 carries, 1612 yards, 40 total TDs
     
  2. recchem2000

    recchem2000 UCLA > WSU

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    Gibson is a whore :D
     
  3. Cheez

    Cheez TSO's 1,000,000th Poster

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    Cal
    RET Steve Gordon - 1st Team All American - 1st Team All Pac 12
    CB Josh Williams - 2nd Team All American - 1st Team All Pac 12
    P Daniel Parks - 2nd Team All American - 1st Team All Pac 12
    HB Chris Huges - 2nd Team All Pac 12
    OG Warren Ward - 2nd Team All Pac 12
    DE Kyle Robertson - 2nd Team All Pac 12
    DE Eddie Lewis - 2nd Team All Pac 12

    Michigan State
    FS Blake Freeman - 2nd Team All American - 1st Team All Big 10
    DT Robert Alfred - 2nd Team All American - 2nd Team All Big 10
    K Bryan Jenkins - 2nd Team All Big 10

    Nebraska
    DE Nick Foster - 1st Team All American - 1st Team All Big 10
    DT Steve Morris - 2nd Team All American - 1st Team All Big 10
    MLB David Johnston - 2nd Team All American - 2nd Team All Big 10
    C Anthony Goodwin - 1st Team All Big 10
    OLB Eric Wesley - 1st Team All Big 10
    HB Mark Mackey - 2nd Team All Big 10
    CB Chris Smith - 2nd Team All Big 10
    SS Chris Clark - All Freshman

    Ohio State
    P Brian Rush - 1st Team All American - 1st Team All Big 10
    WR William Jenkins - 2nd Team All American - 1st Team All Big 10
    DE Kevin Snyder - 2nd Team All American - 1st Team All Big 10
    RET Todd Roberson - 1st Team All Big 10 - All Freshman
    HB Cedric Stewart - 1st Team All Big 10
    QB Thomas Romero - 2nd Team All Big 10
    OT John Kane - 2nd Team All Big 10
    OT Randall McFadden - 2nd Team All Big 10
    DE Jimmy Walker - 2nd Team All Big 10
    OLB Drew Timmons - 2nd Team All Big 10
    SS Jamaal Wise - 2nd Team All Big 10
    DE Kevin Snyder - All Freshman
    DT Mark Osborne - All Freshman

    Penn State
    HB Keith Hagen - 1st Team All American - 1st Team All Big 10
    DT Scott Buchanan - 1st Team All American - 1st Team All Big 10
    MLB Evan Dixon - 1st Team All American - 1st Team All Big 10
    WR Ed Hall - 2nd Team All American - 1st Team All Big 10
    QB Jeff McBride - 1st Team All Big 10
    G Mark Nash - 1st Team All Big 10
    CB Jerome Jackson - 1st Team All Big 10
    SS Bobby Martin - 1st Team All Big 10
    HB Shaun Holley - 2nd Team All Big 10
    WR Jay Scott - 2nd Team All Big 10
    C John Rust - 2nd Team All Big 10
    G Alex Smith - 2nd Team All Big 10
    DT Avery Moore - 2nd Team All Big 10
    OLB Nigel Browning - 2nd Team All Big 10
    FS Aaron Breedlove - 2nd Team All Big 10
    DT Avery Moore - All Freshman

    Stanford
    HB Matt Gibson - 1st Team All American - 1st Team All Pac 12
    DE Tyrone Jackson - 1st Team All American - 1st Team All Pac 12
    DT Jason Johnson - 1st Team All American - 1st Team All Pac 12
    SS Jeff Grier - 1st Team All American - 1st Team All Pac 12
    K Chris King - 1st Team All American - 1st Team All Pac 12
    HB Tony Smith - 1st Team All Pac 12
    OT Albert Faulk - 1st Team All Pac 12
    OT Kellen Mayon - 1st Team All Pac 12
    G Xavier Turner - 1st Team All Pac 12
    C Preston Allen - 1st Team All Pac 12
    MLB Jerome Curtis - 1st Team All Pac 12
    OLB Steven Hall - 1st Team All Pac 12
    CB Evan Fisher - 1st Team All Pac 12
    FS Greg Matthews - 1st Team All Pac 12
    OT Jim Lloyd - 2nd Team All Pac 12
    DT Greg Brooks - 2nd Team All Pac 12
    CB Anthony Butler - 2nd Team All Pac 12
    DE Derek Stephens - All Freshman
    CB Mark Hill - All Freshman

    UCLA
    DE Damon Lynch - 2nd Team All American - 1st Team All Pac 12
    RET Greg Hughes - 2nd Team All American - 2nd Team All Pac 12
    WR Brett Downing - 1st Team All Pac 12
    DT Greg Bright - 2nd Team All Pac 12
    CB Justin Smith - 2nd Team All Pac 12

    Washington State
    FS Lamont Cook - 2nd Team All Pac 12
     
  4. Cheez

    Cheez TSO's 1,000,000th Poster

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    how so? He only had 10 more carries than Smith... my other 1st All Pac 12 Back :D
     
  5. gowazzucougs

    gowazzucougs WSU is better than UCLA

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    The first team PAC-12 players are all Stanford, someone is cheesing :)
     
  6. recchem2000

    recchem2000 UCLA > WSU

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    OK, they are both whores...is that better? Plus 32 turnover margin is insane! gowazzucougs i think we need to discuss on gameplan some more and its going to involve having aggresive strip on all game!
     
  7. Cheez

    Cheez TSO's 1,000,000th Poster

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    I can help you out here, actually.

    UCLA - game one: 5 turnovers (2 fumbles, 3 INT)
    Washington State: 7 turnovers (7 INT)
    UCLA - game two: 5 turnovers (5 INT)

    Maybe you should worry about cutting down your own turnovers? ;)
     
  8. gowazzucougs

    gowazzucougs WSU is better than UCLA

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    Well, clearly the plan should incorporate no turnovers
     
  9. recchem2000

    recchem2000 UCLA > WSU

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    I would say if we could run the ball like Cheez, then we would not turn the ball over...thats one of the problems with the game is that HB's just don't fumble and we can throw picks with the best of the them!
     
  10. gowazzucougs

    gowazzucougs WSU is better than UCLA

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    When I play him I think he has conservative carry, his guys never fumble.
     
  11. MaxATX34

    MaxATX34 Texas Football

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    Nice to see my Frosh RB made AA. Hopefully that helps his offseason progression. Does that help their progression?
     
  12. Cheez

    Cheez TSO's 1,000,000th Poster

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    I have no idea max, but that's a good question
     

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