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Votes for AP all-time all-Big 12 team

- Associated Press - Wednesday, November 24, 2010

The Associated Press' all-time, all-Big 12 team as chosen by a panel of 20 voters from newspapers across the league's seven states, with a breakdown of votes received:

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 Johnson, Texas (1); Grant Wistrom, Nebraska, (1).

TOP COACH: Bob Stoops, Oklahoma (18)

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

VOTERS: Lee Barfknecht, Omaha (Neb.) World-Herald; Kelly Beaton, Waterloo-Cedar Falls (Iowa) Courier; Kirk Bohls, Austin (Texas) American-Statesman; Jimmy Burch, Fort Worth (Texas) Star-Telegram; Chuck Carlton, The Dallas Morning News; Robert Cessna, Bryan Eagle; Mike Finger, San Antonio Express-News; Vahe Gregorian, St. Louis Post-Dispatch; Bill Haisten, Tulsa (Okla.) World; Kevin Haskin, Topeka Capital-Journal; Brian Howell, Longmont (Colo.) Daily Times-Call; Tom Keegan, Lawrence Journal-World; Blair Kerkhoff, Kansas City Star; Bobby La Gesse, Ames (Iowa) Tribune; Dave Matter, Columbia (Mo.) Daily Tribune; Kyle Ringo, Boulder (Colo.) Daily Camera; John Shinn, Norman (Okla.) Transcript; Jake Trotter, The Oklahoman; John Werner, Waco (Texas) Tribune-Herald; Don Williams, Lubbock (Texas) Avalanche-Journal.

(This version CORRECTS s vote-getter for top defensive honor to Derrick Johnson, Texas, instead of Derrick Strait, Oklahoma)

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