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SI.com's 1st-team All-Americans - Nuge, Hawk, Teddy

Discussion in 'Buckeye Football' started by BB73, Dec 8, 2004.

  1. BB73

    BB73 Loves Buckeye History Staff Member Bookie '16 & '17 Upset Contest Winner

    Congrats to Nuge, A.J., and Teddy!

    I like how they pick separate PR and KR for guys that set or tied single-season return records, than add an 'all-around' category to get Reggie Bush on the team.

    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2004/football/ncaa/all.america/index.html

    <TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 width=560 border=0><TBODY><TR><TD><TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 width=560 align=center border=0><TBODY><TR><TD><TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=2 width=560 border=0><!--<tr><td class="cnnIEBoxTitle" colspan="4">As selected by SI.com's Stewart Mandel, B.J. Schecter and Luke Winn.</td></tr>--><!-- DATA --><!-- /DATA --><TBODY><TR class=cnnIEHdrRowBG><TD class=cnnIEColHdrL style="BORDER-TOP: #666 1px solid; BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid" colSpan=2>Offense</TD><TD class=cnnIEColHdrL style="BORDER-TOP: #666 1px solid" colSpan=2>Defense</TD></TR><!-- DATA --><TR><TD class=cnnIEColTxtC style="BORDER-RIGHT: #666 0px solid; BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">[​IMG]</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL>QB: Alex Smith


    Jr., Utah
    Produced 3,187 yards of total offense, 38 touchdowns.

    </TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtC style="BORDER-RIGHT: #666 0px solid">[​IMG]</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL>DE: David Pollack


    Sr., Georgia
    Three-time All-America had 9.5 sacks, 32 QB hurries.

    </TD></TR><TR><TD class=cnnIEColTxtC style="BORDER-RIGHT: #666 0px solid; BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">[​IMG]</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL>RB: Adrian Peterson


    Fr., Oklahoma
    Ran for 475 yards against rivals Texas, Oklahoma St.

    </TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtC style="BORDER-RIGHT: #666 0px solid">[​IMG]</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL>DL: Mike Patterson


    Sr., USC
    Led Trojans with 16 tackles for loss, 4 fumble recoveries.

    </TD></TR><TR><TD class=cnnIEColTxtC style="BORDER-RIGHT: #666 0px solid; BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">[​IMG]</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL>RB: J.J. Arrington


    Sr., Cal
    Led nation with 1,845 yards, 11 straight 100-yard games.

    </TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtC style="BORDER-RIGHT: #666 0px solid">[​IMG]</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL>DL: Shaun Cody


    Sr., USC
    Finished with team-best nine sacks for 74 lost yards.

    </TD></TR><TR><TD class=cnnIEColTxtC style="BORDER-RIGHT: #666 0px solid; BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">[​IMG]</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL>RB: Cedric Benson


    Sr., Texas
    Gained at least 141 yards in all but one game.

    </TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtC style="BORDER-RIGHT: #666 0px solid">[​IMG]</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL>DL: Ryan Riddle


    Sr., Cal
    Dominating pass-rusher racked up 14.5 sacks.

    </TD></TR><TR><TD class=cnnIEColTxtC style="BORDER-RIGHT: #666 0px solid; BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">[​IMG]</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL>WR: Braylon Edwards


    Sr., Michigan
    Caught 87 passes for 1,221 yards, 12 touchdowns.

    </TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtC style="BORDER-RIGHT: #666 0px solid">[​IMG]</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL>LB: Derrick Johnson


    Sr., Texas
    Amazing season: 128 tackles, eight forced fumbles.

    </TD></TR><TR><TD class=cnnIEColTxtC style="BORDER-RIGHT: #666 0px solid; BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">[​IMG]</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL>TE: Heath Miller


    Jr., Virginia
    Led the Cavs with 36 catches, 475 yards, five TDs.

    </TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtC style="BORDER-RIGHT: #666 0px solid">[​IMG]</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL>LB: A.J. Hawk


    Jr., Ohio State
    Swarming defender led the Big Ten with 136 tackles.

    </TD></TR><TR><TD class=cnnIEColTxtC style="BORDER-RIGHT: #666 0px solid; BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">[​IMG]</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL>OL: Marvin Philip


    Jr., Cal
    Anchored the line for a balanced, productive offense.

    </TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtC style="BORDER-RIGHT: #666 0px solid">[​IMG]</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL>LB: Lofa Tatupu


    Jr., USC
    Had team-high 92 tackles, 5.5 sacks, three interceptions.

    </TD></TR><TR><TD class=cnnIEColTxtC style="BORDER-RIGHT: #666 0px solid; BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">[​IMG]</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL>OL: Jammal Brown


    Sr., Oklahoma
    Three-year starter didn't allow a sack all season.

    </TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtC style="BORDER-RIGHT: #666 0px solid">[​IMG]</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL>DB: Antrel Rolle


    Sr., Miami
    Feared cover man was also devastating on blitzes.

    </TD></TR><TR><TD class=cnnIEColTxtC style="BORDER-RIGHT: #666 0px solid; BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">[​IMG]</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL>OL: Elton Brown


    Sr., Virginia
    Helped pave the way for ACC's top rushing attack.

    </TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtC style="BORDER-RIGHT: #666 0px solid">[​IMG]</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL>DB: Junior Rosegreen


    Sr., Auburn
    Speedy hybrid player had four INTs vs. Tennessee.

    </TD></TR><TR><TD class=cnnIEColTxtC style="BORDER-RIGHT: #666 0px solid; BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">[​IMG]</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL>OL: Marcus McNeill


    Jr., Auburn
    Led an improved line that helped produce 12-0 record.

    </TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtC style="BORDER-RIGHT: #666 0px solid">[​IMG]</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL>DB: Ernest Shazor


    Sr., Michigan
    Big-play rover led the Wolverines with 77 tackles.

    </TD></TR><TR><TD class=cnnIEColTxtC style="BORDER-RIGHT: #666 0px solid; BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">[​IMG]</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL>OL: Chris Kemoeatu


    Jr., Utah
    Helped protect Smith and pave way for option attack.

    </TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtC style="BORDER-RIGHT: #666 0px solid">[​IMG]</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL>DB: Carlos Rogers


    Sr., Auburn
    Shutdown cornerback anchored top-10 pass defense.

    </TD></TR><!-- /DATA --><TR class=cnnIEHdrRowBG><TD class=cnnIEColHdrL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid" colSpan=4>Special Teams</TD></TR><!-- DATA --><TR><TD class=cnnIEColTxtC style="BORDER-RIGHT: #666 0px solid; BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">[​IMG]</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL>K: Mike Nugent


    Sr., Ohio State
    Dangerous weapon hit five field goals from beyond 50.

    </TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtC style="BORDER-RIGHT: #666 0px solid">[​IMG]</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL>KR: Ashlan Davis


    Jr., Tulsa
    Set NCAA record with five kick returns for touchdowns.

    </TD></TR><TR><TD class=cnnIEColTxtC style="BORDER-RIGHT: #666 0px solid; BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">[​IMG]</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL>P: Brandon Fields


    Jr., Michigan State
    Led the country with a 47.9-yards-per-kick average.

    </TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtC style="BORDER-RIGHT: #666 0px solid">[​IMG] </TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL>PR: Ted Ginn Jr.


    Fr., Ohio State
    Led the nation with 26.9-yard average, four touchdowns.

    </TD></TR><TR class=cnnIEHdrRowBG><TD class=cnnIEColHdrL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid" colSpan=2>Coach</TD><TD class=cnnIEColHdrL colSpan=2>All-Purpose</TD></TR><TR><TD class=cnnIEColTxtC style="BORDER-RIGHT: #666 0px solid; BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">[​IMG]</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL>Frank Beamer


    Virginia Tech
    Led Hokies to 10-2 record, ACC championship.

    </TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtC style="BORDER-RIGHT: #666 0px solid">[​IMG]</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL>Reggie Bush


    Soph., USC
    Runner/receiver/return man averaged 181.8 yards per game.

    </TD></TR><!-- /DATA --></TBODY></TABLE>


    <TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=2 width=560 border=0><TBODY><TR><TD class=cnnIEBoxTitle colSpan=2>Second Team</TD></TR><TR class=cnnIEHdrRowBG><TD class=cnnIEColHdrL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">Offense</TD><TD class=cnnIEColHdrL>Defense</TD></TR><TR><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">QB: Matt Leinart, USC</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">DL: Erasmus James, Wisconsin</TD></TR><TR class=cnnIERowAltBG><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">RB: Jamario Thomas, North Texas</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">DL: Mathias Kiwanuka, Boston College</TD></TR><TR><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">RB: DeAngelo Williams, Memphis</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">DL: Jonathan Goddard, Marshall</TD></TR><TR class=cnnIERowAltBG><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">WR: Roddy White, UAB </TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">DL: Marcus Spears, LSU</TD></TR><TR><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">WR: Chad Owens, Hawaii</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">LB: Chad Greenway, Iowa</TD></TR><TR class=cnnIERowAltBG><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">TE: Trey Haverty, Texas Tech</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">LB: Michael Bolley, Southern Miss</TD></TR><TR><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">C: Greg Eslinger, Minnesota</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">LB: Kevin Burnett, Tennessee</TD></TR><TR class=cnnIERowAltBG><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">OL: Jonathan Scott, Texas </TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">DB: Marlin Jackson, Michigan</TD></TR><TR><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">OL: David Baas, Michigan</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">DB: Thomas Davis, Georgia </TD></TR><TR class=cnnIERowAltBG><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">OL: Alex Barron, Florida State</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">DB: Jimmy Williams, Virginia Tech</TD></TR><TR><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">OL: Travis Leffew, Louisville </TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">DB: Morgan Scalley, Utah </TD></TR><TR class=cnnIERowAltBG><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">K: Andrew Wellock, Eastern Michigan</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">P: Matt Payne, BYU</TD></TR><TR><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">KR: Justin Miller, Clemson</TD><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">PR: Chad Owens, Hawaii</TD></TR></TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
    <TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=2 width=560 border=0><TBODY><TR><TD class=cnnIEBoxTitle>Honorable Mention</TD></TR><TR><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">QB: Jason White, Oklahoma; Aaron Rodgers, Cal; Stefan LeFors, Louisville; Omar Jacobs, Bowling Green; Bruce Gradkowski, Toledo; Kyle Orton, Purdue; David Greene, Georgia; Jared Zabransky, Boise State; Jason Campbell, Auburn. </TD></TR><TR class=cnnIERowAltBG><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">RB: Carnell Williams, Auburn; Garrett Wolfe, Northern Illinois; Ryan Moats, Louisiana Tech; Michael Hart, Michigan; Ciatrick Fason, Florida; Vernand Morency, Oklahoma State; Kyle Eckel, Navy. </TD></TR><TR><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">WR: Mike Hass, Oregon State; Taylor Stubblefield, Purdue; Dante Ridgeway, Ball State; Eric Deslauriers, Eastern Michigan; Steve Savoy, Utah; Mark Clayton, Oklahoma; Lance Moore, Toledo.</TD></TR><TR class=cnnIERowAltBG><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">TE: Matt Herrian, Nebraska; Alex Smith, Stanford; Joel Dreesen, Colorado State; Jeff King, Virginia Tech; Zach Miller, Arizona State. </TD></TR><TR><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">OL: Ben Wilkerson, LSU; Dan Buenning, Wisconsin; Sam Mayes, Oklahoma State; Rob Petitti, Pittsburgh; Wesley Britt, Alabama; Michael Munoz, Tennessee; Anthony Alabi, TCU; Vince Carter, Oklahoma; Gene Frederic, Memphis; Mike McCloskey, UCLA. </TD></TR><TR class=cnnIERowAltBG><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">DL: Jesse Mahelona, Tennessee; Travis Johnson, Florida State; Anttaj Hawthorne, Wisconsin; Darryl Tapp, Virginia Tech; Justin Parrish, Kent State; Bill Swancutt, Oregon State; Matt Roth, Iowa; Larry McSwain, UAB; Shawne Merriman, Maryland. </TD></TR><TR><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">LB: Spencer Havner, UCLA; Leroy Hill, Clemson; Alfred Fincher, Connecticut; Kirk Morrison, San Diego State; Barrett Ruud, Nebraska; Freddie Roach, Alabama; Lance Mitchell, Oklahoma; Ahmad Brooks, Virginia. </TD></TR><TR class=cnnIERowAltBG><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">DB: Brandon Payne, New Mexico; Jim Leonhard, Wisconsin; Jammal Brimmer, UNLV; Diamond Ferri, Syracuse; Corey Webster, LSU; Ko Simpson, South Carolinal; Antoine Cason, Arizona. </TD></TR><TR><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">K: Tyler Jones, Boise State; Alexis Serna, Oregon State; Mason Crosby, Colorado; Darren McCaleb, Southern Miss; Travis Bell, Georgia Tech. </TD></TR><TR class=cnnIERowAltBG><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">P: John Torp, Colorado; Daniel Sepulveda, Baylor; Steve Weatherford, Illinois; Ryan Plackemeier, Wake Forest; Tom Malone, USC. </TD></TR><TR><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">KR: Lance Bennett, Indiana; John Eubanks, Southern Miss; T.J. Rushing, Stanford; Pierre Thomas, Illinois; Will Blackmon, Boston College. </TD></TR><TR class=cnnIERowAltBG><TD class=cnnIEColTxtL style="BORDER-LEFT: #666 1px solid">PR: Devin Hester, Miami; Reggie Bush, USC; Ryne Robinson, Miami of Ohio; Kevin Robinson, Utah State; Greg Jennings, Western Michigan. </TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>


    </TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE></TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
     
    Last edited: Dec 8, 2004
  2. MililaniBuckeye

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

    Where's Butkus finalist Matt Grope-a-toad? Hawk got fucked out of being a finalist. And what's with this shit of 3 RBs and only 1 WR on offense? They running the fucking wishbone?
     
  3. RugbyBuck

    RugbyBuck Our church has no bells.

    What does it say that our leading tackler had almost twice as many as scUM's? Is their defense really that well-balanced?
     
  4. BB73

    BB73 Loves Buckeye History Staff Member Bookie '16 & '17 Upset Contest Winner

    Ahmad Brooks, the other Butkus finalist, is only honorable mention here.

    Derrick Johnson deserves to win the award. But I agree, AJ should have been a finalist.

    The Purdue board will be bitching about that big-time for Stubblefield.
     
  5. scooter1369

    scooter1369 Chief Toad Fart

    Hell, they need Kyle Eckel to run the Wishbone. They don't have a Fullback in there. Must be some weird version of the Flexbone or Wing-T. No Fullback...sheesh
     
  6. bucknut11

    bucknut11 Defense still wins Championships

    Not to toot my own horn or anything, but..... http://www.buckeyeplanet.com/forum/showthread.php?t=7495 :biggrin:

    Seriously though, it's good to see those guys get recognized.


    EDIT: For what it's worth while we're talking about SI... in the Dec 13th issue, SI has Nuge as their predicted Groza winner, while they call AP for the Heisman
     
  7. Ginn4Heisman

    Ginn4Heisman Newbie

    I noticed that also.. Thought it was kind of weird that there was only 1 WR.

    But its great to see my boy Ginn get recognized!!:biggrin:
     
  8. iambrutus

    iambrutus Screw Blue

    trust me ted ginn will get recognized next year and the year after, when he is tearin shit up!

    TG4H05
     

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