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SCS.com CFB 2004 POSTSEASON ALL-AMERICA TEAM
January 7, 2005

FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICA
OFFENSE
QB Matt Leinart JR Southern Cal
RB J.J. Arrington SR California
RB DeAngelo Williams JR Memphis
WR Braylon Edwards SR Michigan
WR Roddy White SR UAB
TE Heath Miller JR Virginia
OL Alex Barron SR Florida State
OL Wesley Britt SR Alabama
OL Jammal Brown SR Oklahoma
OL Ben Wilkerson SR LSU
OL David Baas SR Michigan
DEFENSE
DL Erasmus James SR Wisconsin
DL David Pollack SR Georgia
DL Marcus Spears SR LSU
DL Mathias Kiwanuka JR Boston College
LB Derrick Johnson SR Texas
LB Odell Thurman JR Georgia
LB D'Qwell Jackson JR Maryland
DB Thomas Davis JR Georgia
DB Carlos Rogers SR Auburn
DB Ernest Shazor JR Michigan
DB Antrel Rolle SR Miami
SPECIAL TEAMS
K Mike Nugent SR Ohio State
P Brandon Fields JR Michigan State
KR Ashlan Davis JR Tulsa
PR Ted Ginn, Jr. FR Ohio State

SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICA
OFFENSE
QB Jason White SR Oklahoma
RB Cedric Benson SR Texas
RB Adrian Peterson FR Oklahoma
WR Chad Owens SR Hawaii
WR Derek Hagan JR Arizona State
TE Joe Newton SO Oregon State
OL Chris Kemoeatu JR Utah
OL Vince Carter SR Oklahoma
OL Greg Eslinger JR Minnesota
OL Travis Leffew JR Louisville
OL Rob Petitti SR Pittsburgh
DEFENSE
DL Jonathan Goddard SR Marshall
DL Dan Cody SR Oklahoma
DL Shaun Cody SR Southern Cal
DL Mike Patterson SR Southern Cal
LB Michael Boley SR Southern Miss
LB A.J. Hawk JR Ohio State
LB Spencer Havner JR UCLA
DB Donte Nicholson SR Oklahoma
DB Adam Jones JR West Virginia
DB Marlin Jackson SR Michigan
DB Jimmy Williams JR Virginia Tech
SPECIAL TEAMS
K Andrew Wellock SO Eastern Michigan
P Daniel Sepulveda SO Baylor
KR Justin Miller JR Clemson
PR Devin Hester SO Miami

HONORABLE MENTION

QUARTERBACK

Omar Jacobs (Bowling Green), Jason Campbell (Auburn), Alex Smith (Utah), Stefan LeFors (Louisville), Aaron Rodgers (California), Andrew Walter (Arizona State), Kyle Orton (Purdue), Darrell Hackney (UAB), Sonny Cumbie (Texas Tech), Timmy Chang (Hawaii), Bruce Gradkowski (Toledo)

RUNNING BACK

Reggie Bush (Southern Cal), Mike Hart (Michigan), Jamario Thomas (North Texas), Carnell Williams (Auburn), Laurence Maroney (Minnesota), Marion Barber III (Minnesota), Ronnie Brown (Auburn), Ryan Moats (Louisiana Tech), Garrett Wolfe (Northern Illinois), Eric Shelton (Louisville), Darren Sproles (Kansas State), Carlton Jones (Army), Vernand Morency (Oklahoma State), Michael Bush (Louisville)

WIDE RECEIVER

Charles Sharon (Bowling Green), Taylor Stubblefield (Purdue), Mike Hass (Oregon State), Eric Deslauriers (Eastern Michigan), Greg Lee (Pittsburgh), Lance Moore (Toledo), Jarrett Hicks (Texas Tech), Kerry Wright (Middle Tennessee), Jason Hill (Washington State)

TIGHT END

Tim Day (Oregon), Brent Celek (Cincinnati), Marcedes Lewis (UCLA), Leonard Pope (Georgia)

RETURN SPECIALIST

Reggie Bush (Southern Cal), Chad Owens (Hawaii), Ryne Robinson (Miami, Ohio), Roscoe Parrish (Miami)

ALL-AMERICAN NOTES

  • The SouthernCollegeSports.com Postseason All-America team has 52 total players from 34 different teams and ten different conferences. Only the Sun Belt did not have an athlete on the squad.
  • The Big XII led the way with 10 players on one of the two All-America teams. The Big Ten followed with 9, while the ACC, PAC 10, and SEC had seven members each.
  • Teams with multiple players: (1) Oklahoma - 6 ... (2) Michigan - 4 ... (3) Georgia, Ohio State, and Southern Cal - 3 ... (4) LSU, Miami, and Texas - 2
  •  > Talk about it in The College Corner...

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