2011/2012 Top Bowl Performers - Off. Lines

Posted Jan 11, 2012

The best and the brightest players of the 2011/2012 bowl season. Offensive Lines

2011-2012 CFN All-Bowl Team

& Top OL Performances

- 2011-2012 CFN Bowl Central

- 2010-2011 CFN All-Bowl Team
- 2009-2010 CFN All-Bowl Team
- 2008-2009 CFN All-Bowl Team
- 2007-2008 CFN All-Bowl Team 
- 2006-2007 CFN All-Bowl Team

2011-2012 Top Bowl Performers
- 2011-2012 CFN All-Bowl Team
- Quarterbacks | Running Backs | Receivers | Offensive Lines
- Defensive Linemen | Linebackers | Defensive Backs | Special Teamers   

Offensive Lines

The offensive lines are based on the units and effectiveness overall.

 1. Baylor in the Valero Alamo Bowl win over Washington.

2. Stanford in the Fiesta Bowl loss to Oklahoma State.

3. Oregon in the Rose Bowl win over Wisconsin.

4. Alabama in the BCS Championship win over LSU.

5. Washington in the Valero Alamo Bowl loss to Baylor.

6. Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl loss to Oregon.

7. Oklahoma State in the Fiesta Bowl win over Stanford.

8. Auburn in the Chick-fil-A Bowl win over Virginia.

9. Houston in the TicketCity win over Penn State.

10. Georgia Tech in the Sun Bowl win over Georgia Tech.

11. Utah State in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl win over Utah State.

12. Rutgers in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl win over Iowa State.

13. Missouri n the AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl win over North Carolina.

14. Boise State in the MAACO Las Vegas Bowl win over Arizona State.

15. Mississippi State in the Music City Bowl win over Wake Forest.

16. Nevada in the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl loss to Southern Miss.

17. Air Force in the Military Bowl loss to Toledo.

18. Temple in the Gildan New Mexico Bowl win over Wyoming.

19. Virginia Tech in the Fiesta Bowl win over Stanford.

20. TCU San Diego Country Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl

21. Cincinnati in the Liberty Bowl win over Vanderbilt.

22. Utah in the Sun Bowl win over Georgia Tech.

23. Arkansas in the Cotton Bowl win over Kansas State.

24. South Carolina in the Capital One Bowl win over Nebraska.

25. Purdue in the win over Western Michigan in the Little Caesars Bowl.