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CFN's All Big Ten Team

Discussion in 'Buckeye Football' started by Bucktastic, Dec 7, 2004.

  1. Bucktastic

    Bucktastic Troy Smith for HEISMAN

    http://www.collegefootballnews.com/Big_Ten/2004_Pages/2004_AllBigTen.htm

    According to this Mike Nugent was so good, he was playing for Minnesota as well....

    <TABLE cellSpacing=0 width=650 border=0><TBODY><TR><TD bgColor=#ffffff><TABLE width=650 border=0><TBODY><TR><TD vAlign=top width=224>Offense
    QB - Drew Tate, Soph. Iowa
    RB - Mike Hart, Fr. Michigan
    RB - Noah Herron, Sr. Northwestern
    WR - Braylon Edwards, Sr. Michigan
    WR - Taylor Stubblefield, Sr. Purdue
    TE - Tim Massaquoi, Jr. Michigan
    OL - David Baas, Sr. Michigan
    OL - Rian Melander, Sr. Minnesota
    OL - Greg Eslinger, Sr. Minnesota
    OL - Dan Buenning, Sr. Wisconsin
    OL - Zach Strief, Jr. Northwestern
    PK - Mike Nugent, Sr. Minnesota
    KR - Lance Bennett, Soph. Indiana
    </TD><TD vAlign=top width=224>Defense
    DL - Jonathan Babineaux, Sr. Iowa DL - Anttaj Hawthorne, Sr. Wisconsin
    DL - Erasmus James, Sr. Wisconsin
    DL - Matt Roth, Sr. Iowa
    LB - Chad Greenway, Jr. Iowa
    LB - A.J. Hawk, Jr. Ohio State
    LB - Tim McGarigle, Jr. Northwestern
    DB - Kelvin Hayden, Sr. Illinois
    DB - Marlin Jackson, Sr. Michigan
    DB - Ernest Shazor, Jr. Michigan
    DB - Scott Starks, Sr. Wisconsin
    P - Brandon Fields, Jr. Michigan State
    PR - Ted Ginn Jr. Fr., Ohio State
    </TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE></TD></TR><TR><TD bgColor=#ffffff><TABLE><TBODY><TR><TD width=484 bgColor=#ffffff height=21><TABLE height=510 cellSpacing=3 width=650 border=0><TBODY><TR><TD vAlign=top width=323 bgColor=#ffffff height=504 rowSpan=4>Top 30 players regardless of position Based on the season the player had
    1. QB Drew Tate, Soph. Iowa
    2. RB Mike Hart, Fr. Michigan
    3. WR Braylon Edwards, Sr. Michigan
    4. DE Erasmus James, Sr. Wisconsin
    5. S Ernest Shazor, Jr. Michigan
    6. DE Matt Roth, Sr. Iowa
    7. LB A.J. Hawk, Jr. Ohio State
    8. RB Noah Herron, Sr. Northwestern
    9. QB Kyle Orton, Sr. Purdue
    10. WR Taylor Stubblefield, Sr. Purdue
    11. RB Laurence Maroney, Soph. Minnesota
    12. LB Chad Greenway, Jr. Iowa
    13. DT Jonathan Babineaux, Sr. Iowa
    14. DB/WR/KR Ted Ginn Jr. Fr. Ohio State
    15. LB Tim McGarigle, Jr. Northwestern
    16. DT Anttaj Hawthorne, Sr. Wisconsin
    17. CB Marlin Jackson, Sr. Michigan
    18. OG David Baas, Sr. Michigan
    19. OT Rian Melander, Sr. Minnesota
    20. RB Marion Barber III, Jr. Minnesota
    21. CB Scott Starks, Sr. Wisconsin
    22. LB Paul Posluszny, Fr. Penn State
    23. LB Abdul Hodge, Jr. Iowa
    24. QB Drew Stanton, Soph. Michigan State
    25. PK Mike Nugent, Sr. Ohio State
    26. DT Gabe Watson, Jr. Michigan
    27. CB Kelvin Hayden, Sr. Illinois
    28. C Greg Eslinger, Sr. Minnesota
    29. S Jim Leonhard, Sr. Wisconsin
    30. P Brandon Fields, Soph. Michigan State
    </TD><TD vAlign=top align=left width=161 bgColor=#ffffff height=127>Top Quarterbacks
    1. Drew Tate, Iowa
    2. Kyle Orton, Purdue
    3. Drew Stanton, MSU
    4. Chad Henne, Michigan
    5. Brett Basanez, NW
    </TD><TD vAlign=top align=left width=161 bgColor=#ffffff height=127>Top Running Backs
    1. Mike Hart, Michigan
    2. Noah Herron, NWest.
    3. L. Maroney, Minnesota
    4. Marion Barber, Minn.
    5. Pierre Thomas, Illinois
    </TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top align=left width=161 bgColor=#ffffff height=127>Top Receivers
    1. Braylon Edwards, Mich.
    2. Taylor Stubblefield, Pur
    3. Clinton Solomon, Iowa
    4. Courtney Roby, Indiana
    5. Santonio Holmes, OSU
    </TD><TD vAlign=top align=left width=161 bgColor=#ffffff height=127>Top Offensive Linemen
    1. David Baas, Michigan
    2. Rian Melander, Minn.
    3. Greg Eslinger, Minn.
    4. Dan Buenning. Wisc.
    5. Zach Strief, NWestern
    </TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top align=left width=161 bgColor=#ffffff height=128>Top Defensive Linemen
    1. Erasmus James, Wis.
    2. Matt Roth, Iowa
    3. Jon. Babineaux, Iowa
    4. Anttaj Hawthorne, Wis.
    5. Gabe Watson, Mich.
    </TD><TD vAlign=top align=left width=161 bgColor=#ffffff height=128>Top Linebackers
    1. A.J. Hawk, Ohio State
    2. Chad Greenway, Iowa
    3. Tim McGarigle, NWest
    4. Paul Posluszny, PSU
    5. Abdul Hodge, Iowa
    </TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top align=left width=161 bgColor=#ffffff height=128>Top Defensive Backs
    1. Ernest Shazor, Mich.
    2. Marlin Jackson, Mich.
    3. Scott Starks, Wisc.
    4. Kelvin Hayden, Illinois
    5. Jim Leonhard, Wisc.
    </TD><TD vAlign=top align=left width=161 bgColor=#ffffff height=128>Top Kickers
    1. PK Mike Nugent, OSU
    2. P Brandon Fields, MSU
    3. P Steve Weatherford, Ill
    4. PK Dave Rayner, MSU
    5. P Adam Finley, Mich
    </TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE></TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE></TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
     
  2. BrutusMaximus

    BrutusMaximus I Heart Boobs

    Haha, bastards stole our kicker.

    Hey I have been wanting to ask this.........does anybody refer to MN as simply (Ted)?

    My dad and I have called him Ted for 2 solid years. Funny thing is, noticed this season that right before he kicks off, they play Stranglehold by Nugent.
     
  3. gregorylee

    gregorylee I'd rather be napping!!

    14. DB/WR/KR Ted Ginn Jr. Fr. Ohio State


    TGII = Slash squared :biggrin:
     
  4. <TABLE cellSpacing=0 width=650 border=0><TBODY><TR><TD bgColor=#ffffff><TABLE cellSpacing=0 width=650 border=0><TBODY><TR><TD width="7%" bgColor=#333300></TD><TD width="93%" bgColor=#000000> 2004 Collegefootballnews.com All-Big Ten Team</TD></TR><TR><TD width="100%" bgColor=#ffffff colSpan=2><HR></TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE></TD></TR><TR><TD bgColor=#ffffff><TABLE cellSpacing=9 width="18%" align=right border=0><TBODY><TR><TD width="100%">[font=Arial, Helvetica]Team P.O.Y.s
    [/font]
    [font=Arial, Helvetica]Illinois
    DB Kelvin Hayden
    Indiana
    LB Kyle Killion
    Iowa
    QB Drew Tate
    Michigan
    RB Michael Hart
    Michigan State
    QB Drew Stanton
    Minnesota
    RB L. Maroney
    Northwestern
    RB Noah Herron
    Ohio State
    LB A.J. Hawk
    Penn State
    [/font]
    [font=Arial, Helvetica]LB Paul Posluszny
    Purdue
    [/font]
    [font=Arial, Helvetica]QB Kyle Orton
    Wisconsin
    [/font]
    [font=Arial, Helvetica]DE Erasmus James[/font]</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>

    [​IMG]Big Ten Player of the Year
    [​IMG]Iowa QB Drew Tate
    Big Ten 2004 review and top players
    Iowa QB Drew Tate didn't lead the Big Ten in passing (in fact, he was fourth). Total offense? Fourth in that too. Passing efficiency? Second. But mere stats don't go to show just how valuable Tate was in Iowa's run to a co-Big Ten title. Oh he put up solid numbers completing 62% of his passes for 2,499 yards and 18 touchdowns, and he made his share of sophomore mistakes with 12 interceptions, but considering Iowa needed a M*A*S*H unit for its running backs and finished dead last in America running the ball, Tate was the season's savior.


    Considering the lack of able bodies in the backfield and the limited all-around offense, Iowa's Kirk Ferentz gets the Coach of the Year nod for getting this team to jell at just the right time and finish as co-Big Ten champions. Wisconsin DE Erasmus James was the single most dominant defensive player this season, but Michigan S Ernest Shazor wasn't too far off.

    Scroll down for the All-Big Ten Team and Top 30 players regardless of position

    2003 CFN All-Big Ten Team
    | 2002 CFN All-Big Ten Team | 2001 CFN All-Big Ten Team
    <HR></TD></TR><TR><TD bgColor=#ffffff><TABLE cellSpacing=4 width=300 align=right border=0><TBODY><TR><TD align=middle width="100%"><!-- ---------- 300x250 Code -------------- --><SCRIPT language=JavaScript> var bnum=new Number(Math.floor(99999999 * Math.random())+1); document.write('<SCR'+'IPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript" '); document.write('SRC="http://servedby.advertising.com/site=697646/size=300250/bnum='+bnum+'/optn=1"></SCR'+'IPT>'); </SCRIPT><SCRIPT language=JavaScript src="http://servedby.advertising.com/site=697646/size=300250/bnum=77525119/optn=1"></SCRIPT>[​IMG] <!-- ---------- Copyright 2000,---------- --></TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>Offensive player of the year
    QB Drew Tate, Soph. Iowa
    Defensive player of the year
    DE Erasmus James, Sr. Wisconsin
    Coach of the year - Kirk Ferentz, Iowa
    Best Big Ten game -
    Oct. 30, Michigan 45 ... Michigan State 37 3OT
    Worst Big Ten game - Oct. 23, Minnesota 45 ... Illinois 0
    Freshman of the year - RB Michael Hart, Michigan
    Best Performance -
    Oct. 30, Michigan 45 ... Michigan State 37 3OT: Michigan WR Braylon Edwards caught 11 passes for 188 yards and three touchdowns.
    Biggest Surprise: Michigan's freshman backfield. The one question mark coming into the season for the loaded Wolverines was its backfield. As it turned out, freshman QB Chad Henne and RB Mike Hart turned out to be strengths.
    Biggest Disappointment: Collapses. From Purdue's midseason sag to Wisconsin's disastrous final two games to Minnesota's bizarre flame out starting with the Michigan loss to Ohio State's meltdown starting with the overtime loss to Northwestern, several very promising teams not only fell down, they fell hard.


    </TD></TR><TR><TD bgColor=#ffffff><TABLE width=650 border=0><TBODY><TR><TD width=642 bgColor=#000066 colSpan=2>
    2004 Collegefootballnews.com All-Big Ten Team
    </TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top width=224>Offense
    QB - Drew Tate, Soph. Iowa
    RB - Mike Hart, Fr. Michigan
    RB - Noah Herron, Sr. Northwestern
    WR - Braylon Edwards, Sr. Michigan
    WR - Taylor Stubblefield, Sr. Purdue
    TE - Tim Massaquoi, Jr. Michigan
    OL - David Baas, Sr. Michigan
    OL - Rian Melander, Sr. Minnesota
    OL - Greg Eslinger, Sr. Minnesota
    OL - Dan Buenning, Sr. Wisconsin
    OL - Zach Strief, Jr. Northwestern
    PK - Mike Nugent, Sr. Minnesota
    KR - Lance Bennett, Soph. Indiana
    </TD><TD vAlign=top width=224>Defense
    DL - Jonathan Babineaux, Sr. Iowa DL - Anttaj Hawthorne, Sr. Wisconsin
    DL - Erasmus James, Sr. Wisconsin
    DL - Matt Roth, Sr. Iowa
    LB - Chad Greenway, Jr. Iowa
    LB - A.J. Hawk, Jr. Ohio State
    LB - Tim McGarigle, Jr. Northwestern
    DB - Kelvin Hayden, Sr. Illinois
    DB - Marlin Jackson, Sr. Michigan
    DB - Ernest Shazor, Jr. Michigan
    DB - Scott Starks, Sr. Wisconsin
    P - Brandon Fields, Jr. Michigan State
    PR - Ted Ginn Jr. Fr., Ohio State
    </TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE></TD></TR><TR><TD bgColor=#ffffff><TABLE><TBODY><TR><TD width=484 bgColor=#ffffff height=21><TABLE height=510 cellSpacing=3 width=650 border=0><TBODY><TR><TD vAlign=top width=323 bgColor=#ffffff height=504 rowSpan=4>Top 30 players regardless of position Based on the season the player had
    1. QB Drew Tate, Soph. Iowa
    2. RB Mike Hart, Fr. Michigan
    3. WR Braylon Edwards, Sr. Michigan
    4. DE Erasmus James, Sr. Wisconsin
    5. S Ernest Shazor, Jr. Michigan
    6. DE Matt Roth, Sr. Iowa
    7. LB A.J. Hawk, Jr. Ohio State
    8. RB Noah Herron, Sr. Northwestern
    9. QB Kyle Orton, Sr. Purdue
    10. WR Taylor Stubblefield, Sr. Purdue
    11. RB Laurence Maroney, Soph. Minnesota
    12. LB Chad Greenway, Jr. Iowa
    13. DT Jonathan Babineaux, Sr. Iowa
    14. DB/WR/KR Ted Ginn Jr. Fr. Ohio State
    15. LB Tim McGarigle, Jr. Northwestern
    16. DT Anttaj Hawthorne, Sr. Wisconsin
    17. CB Marlin Jackson, Sr. Michigan
    18. OG David Baas, Sr. Michigan
    19. OT Rian Melander, Sr. Minnesota
    20. RB Marion Barber III, Jr. Minnesota
    21. CB Scott Starks, Sr. Wisconsin
    22. LB Paul Posluszny, Fr. Penn State
    23. LB Abdul Hodge, Jr. Iowa
    24. QB Drew Stanton, Soph. Michigan State
    25. PK Mike Nugent, Sr. Ohio State
    26. DT Gabe Watson, Jr. Michigan
    27. CB Kelvin Hayden, Sr. Illinois
    28. C Greg Eslinger, Sr. Minnesota
    29. S Jim Leonhard, Sr. Wisconsin
    30. P Brandon Fields, Soph. Michigan State
    </TD><TD vAlign=top align=left width=161 bgColor=#ffffff height=127>Top Quarterbacks
    1. Drew Tate, Iowa
    2. Kyle Orton, Purdue
    3. Drew Stanton, MSU
    4. Chad Henne, Michigan
    5. Brett Basanez, NW
    </TD><TD vAlign=top align=left width=161 bgColor=#ffffff height=127>Top Running Backs
    1. Mike Hart, Michigan
    2. Noah Herron, NWest.
    3. L. Maroney, Minnesota
    4. Marion Barber, Minn.
    5. Pierre Thomas, Illinois
    </TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top align=left width=161 bgColor=#ffffff height=127>Top Receivers
    1. Braylon Edwards, Mich.
    2. Taylor Stubblefield, Pur
    3. Clinton Solomon, Iowa
    4. Courtney Roby, Indiana
    5. Santonio Holmes, OSU
    </TD><TD vAlign=top align=left width=161 bgColor=#ffffff height=127>Top Offensive Linemen
    1. David Baas, Michigan
    2. Rian Melander, Minn.
    3. Greg Eslinger, Minn.
    4. Dan Buenning. Wisc.
    5. Zach Strief, NWestern
    </TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top align=left width=161 bgColor=#ffffff height=128>Top Defensive Linemen
    1. Erasmus James, Wis.
    2. Matt Roth, Iowa
    3. Jon. Babineaux, Iowa
    4. Anttaj Hawthorne, Wis.
    5. Gabe Watson, Mich.
    </TD><TD vAlign=top align=left width=161 bgColor=#ffffff height=128>Top Linebackers
    1. A.J. Hawk, Ohio State
    2. Chad Greenway, Iowa
    3. Tim McGarigle, NWest
    4. Paul Posluszny, PSU
    5. Abdul Hodge, Iowa
    </TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top align=left width=161 bgColor=#ffffff height=128>Top Defensive Backs
    1. Ernest Shazor, Mich.
    2. Marlin Jackson, Mich.
    3. Scott Starks, Wisc.
    4. Kelvin Hayden, Illinois
    5. Jim Leonhard, Wisc.
    </TD><TD vAlign=top align=left width=161 bgColor=#ffffff height=128>Top Kickers
    1. PK Mike Nugent, OSU
    2. P Brandon Fields, MSU
    3. P Steve Weatherford, Ill
    4. PK Dave Rayner, MSU
    5. P Adam Finley, Mich.
    </TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE></TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE></TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
     
  5. 101stAABuckeye

    101stAABuckeye New World Man

    Actually my friend that would be slashed cubed with three positions next year, and hopefully a sneak preview in the Alamo Bowl.


    And make it to the fourth power next year as a DB/WR/KR/PR.
     
  6. scooter1369

    scooter1369 HTTR Forever.

    I knew free agency would ruin college football. But I would have thought FSU would have been willing to out bid the Gophers.
     
  7. 3yardsandacloud

    3yardsandacloud Administrator Emeritus


    Yeah BM, I know they were playing Stanglehold last season as well. Had the cartoon image of Nuge(nt) playing the guitar and everything. I can't recall if they did it during the 2002 campaign.
     
  8. MililaniBuckeye

    MililaniBuckeye The satanic soulless freight train that is Ohio St Staff Member Tech Admin

    Well, shows you how much they know when they have Ginn listed as a DB, as his first position no less, and he didn't play a single down on defense this year.
     
  9. LloydSev

    LloydSev DreamWeaver

    Regardless he was still brought in to be a DB... and we all know he'll be there eventually.
     
  10. BrutusMaximus

    BrutusMaximus I Heart Boobs

    I havent been to a game since the Kent St. massacre back in the NC year.......need to get my ass up there again next year. Would love to head to SA for the Alamo, but I cant get time off work.
     
  11. JohnnyCockfight

    JohnnyCockfight Beer is God's proof that he loves us.

    When I first saw the title of this thread, I immediately thought, ya know, the Michigan secondary really needs to be honored for its stellar play.

    And there it was. Two of them on the All Big Ten first team, and one a close runner up to conference defensive player of the year.

    Boy, that secondary is awesome!

    Why couldn't Youboty be as good as those guys? Oh wait, he's too busy actually playing well rather than living off hype.
     
  12. MililaniBuckeye

    MililaniBuckeye The satanic soulless freight train that is Ohio St Staff Member Tech Admin

    Yeah, that Michigan secondary is clearly the best in the conference. Why, we were only able to muster 18.5 yards per completion and 10.5 yards per attempt.
     

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