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2010 CFN All-Big 12 Team & Top 30 Players
Oklahoma State WR Justin Blackmon
Oklahoma State WR Justin Blackmon
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Posted Dec 15, 2010


2010 CFN All-Big 12 Team, Top 30 Players, & Players of the Year

2010 Big 12 All-Conf. Team

& Top 30 Players

North Colorado | Iowa St | Kansas | Kansas State | Missouri | Nebraska
South Baylor | Oklahoma | Oklahoma State | Texas | Texas A&M | Texas Tech

2010 ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS & TOP 30 PLAYERS
- ACC | Big East | Big Ten | Big 12 | C-USA | Ind & ND
- MAC | Mountain West | Pac 10 | SEC | Sun Belt | WAC
 
2009 All-Conference Teams  ACC | Big East | Big 10 | Big 12
C-USA | MAC | M-West | Pac 10 | SEC | Sun Belt | WAC

2008 All-Conference Teams  ACC | Big East | Big 10 | Big 12
C-USA | MAC | M-West | Pac 10 | SEC | Sun Belt | WAC

North
  Conf. Overall
Nebraska 6 2 10 3
Missouri 6 2 10 2
Kansas St 3 5 7 5
Iowa St 3 5 5 7
Colorado 2 6 5 7
Kansas 1 7 3 9
South
  Conf. Overall
Oklahoma 6 2 11 2
Ok State 6 2 10 2
Texas A&M 6 2 9 3
Baylor 4 4 7 5
Tex Tech 3 5 7 5
Texas 2 6 5 7
Players of the Week
11/27 QB Landry Jones, OU
11/20 RB R. Stewart, Col
11/13 QB B. Weeden OSU
11/6 WR J. Blackmon, OSU
10/30 RB Roy Helu, Neb.
10/23 QB T. Martinez, Neb
10/16 QB Blaine Gabbert, MU
10/9 QB Taylor Martinez, Neb
10/1 QB Robert Griffin, BU
9/25 QB Carson Coffman, KS
9/18 QB Bran. Weeden, OSU
9/11 LB Justin Springer, KU
9/4 RB Kendall Hunter, OSU

Games of the Week
11/27 OU 47, Ok St 31
11/20 Texas A&M 9, Neb 6
11/13 Mizz 38, KSU 28
11/6 Neb 31, ISU 30 OT
10/30 Baylor 30, Texas 22
10/23 Mizz 31, OU 27
10/16 Baylor 31, Colorado 25
10/9 TTech 45, Baylor 38
10/1 Ok St 38, Tex A&M 35
9/25 KSU 17, UCF 13
9/18 KSU 27, ISU 20
9/11 Ok St 41, Troy 38
9/4 OU 31, Utah St 24
SCROLL DOWN FOR THE TOP 30 PLAYERS

Offensive Player of the Year
WR Justin Blackmon, Soph. Oklahoma State

Defensive Player of the Year
LB Lavonte David, Jr. Nebraska

2010 CFN All-Big 12 Offense
QB – Landry Jones, Soph. Oklahoma
RB – Kendall Hunter, Sr. Oklahoma St
RB – Daniel Thomas, Sr. Kansas State
WR – Justin Blackmon, Soph. Oklahoma St
WR – Ryan Broyles, Jr. Oklahoma
TE – Michael Egnew, Jr. Missouri
OL – Levy Adcock, Jr. Oklahoma St
OL – Tim Barnes, Sr. Missouri
OL – Ben Lamaak, Sr. Iowa State
OL – Nate Solder, Sr. Colorado
OL – Danny Watkins, Sr. Baylor
PK – Alex Henery, Sr. Nebraska
KR – William Powell, Sr. Kansas State

2010 CFN All-Big 12 Defense
DL – Sam Acho, Sr. Texas
DL – Jeremy Beal, Sr. Oklahoma
DL – Aldon Smith, Soph. Missouri
DL/LB – Von Miller, Sr. Texas A&M
LB – Lavonte David, Jr. Nebraska
LB – Jake Knott, Soph. Iowa State
LB – Orie Lemon, Sr. Oklahoma St
DB – Prince Amukamara, Sr. Nebraska
DB – Quinton Carter, Sr. Oklahoma
DB – Andrew McGee, Sr. Oklahoma St
DB – Jimmy Smith, Sr. Colorado
P – Quinn Sharp, Soph. Oklahoma St
PR – Niles Paul, Sr. Nebraska

3 Biggest Surprises
1. Oklahoma State's offense
2. Texas A&M QB Ryan Tannehill
3. Baylor getting to a bowl for the first time as part of the Big 12

3 Biggest Disappointments
1. Texas
2. Texas
3. Texas

(No. 2 is the Dan Hawkins era at Colorado, and No. 3 is Turner Gill's debut)

Best Game of the Season 

Sept. 30  at Oklahoma State 38 … Texas A&M 35
Texas A&M gained 535 yards of total offense and dominated the fourth quarter and was driving for an apparent shot to break the 35-35 tie, but Oklahoma State came up with its fifth turnover of the night as Shaun Lewis picked off a Jerrod Johnson pass and took it to the Aggie 40. Two plays later, Dan Bailey nailed a 40-yard field goal for the win. Johnson threw five touchdown passes including two in the first half to Jeff Fuller and two in the fourth quarter, but he also threw four picks and dropped the ball leading to a James Thomas 63-yard fumble return for a score and a 14-point OSU lead in the fourth quarter. Down 21-7 after the first half, the Cowboys scored 28 straight points with Kendall Hunter scoring from two and seven yards out, and Justin Blackmon catching a 29-yard scoring pass before the A&M offense took over the game. The two teams combined for 886 yards, 16 penalties, and eight turnovers.

Second Best Game: Nov. 27: Oklahoma 47, Oklahoma State 41
Third Best Game: Nov. 6: Nebraska 31, Iowa State 30 OT

Coach of the Year - Mike Gundy, Oklahoma State
2) Bob Stoops, Oklahoma, 3) Art Briles, Baylor

Performances of the Year
1) Oct 30 - Nebraska RB Roy Helu, Jr. ran 28 times for 307 yards and three touchdowns, and he caught a pass for 21 yards in the win over Missouri.
2) Oct. 7 - Nebraska QB Taylor Martinez completed 5-of-7 passes for 128 yards and a touchdown, and he ran 15 times for 241 yards and four scores in the win over Kansas State. 
3) Sept. 18 - Oklahoma State QB Brandon Weeden completed 23-of-32 passes for 409 yards and six touchdowns in the win over Tulsa.

Top Freshman - QB Taylor Martinez, Nebraska

The Best Big 12 Players of 2010
1. WR Justin Blackmon, Soph. Oklahoma St
2. WR Ryan Broyles, Jr. Oklahoma
3. RB Kendall Hunter, Sr. Oklahoma St
4. QB Landry Jones, Soph. Oklahoma
5. QB Robert Griffin, Soph. Baylor
6. QB Brandon Weeden, Jr. Oklahoma St
7. LB Lavonte David, Jr. Nebraska
8. DE Jeremy Beal, Sr. Oklahoma
9. DE Sam Acho, Sr. Texas
10. RB Daniel Thomas, Sr. Kansas State
11. LB/DE Von Miller, Sr. Texas A&M
12. LB Orie Lemon, Sr. Oklahoma St
13. RB Rodney Stewart, Jr. Colorado
14. CB Prince Amukamara, Sr. Nebraska
15. QB Taylor Martinez, Fr. Nebraska
16. LB Jake Knott, Soph. Iowa State
17. WR Jeff Fuller, Sr. Texas A&M
18. FS Quinton Carter, Sr. Oklahoma
19. TE Michael Egnew, Jr. Missouri
20. DE Aldon Smith, Soph. Missouri
21. QB Ryan Tannehill, Jr. Texas A&M
22. CB Andrew McGee, Sr. Oklahoma St
23. RB DeMarco Murray, Sr. Oklahoma
24. OT Nate Solder, Sr. Colorado
25. RB Cyrus Gray, Jr. Texas A&M
26. C Tim Barnes, Sr. Missouri
27. RB Jay Finley, Sr. Baylor
28. QB Taylor Potts, Sr. Texas Tech
29. RB Roy Helu, Sr. Nebraska
30. QB Blaine Gabbert, Jr. Missouri