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2005 CFB POSTSEASON ALL-AMERICA TEAM
December 7, 2005

OFFENSE
QB Vince Young JR Texas
RB Reggie Bush JR Southern Cal
RB Jerome Harrison SR Washington State
Two of the top three players in the race for the Heisman earn spots here, and the third - USC QB Matt Leinart - would be here if there was room for a second QB. Harrison didn't get a ton of recognition though he ran for more yards (1900) than any back in the country.
WR Mike Hass SR Oregon State
WR Jeff Smardzija JR Notre Dame
TE Marcedes Lewis SR UCLA
Neither Hass, who had 250 more receiving yards than any other WR in the country, nor Smardzija, who tied for the national lead in TD receptions, are physical specimens, but all they do is make big catches. At 6'6" and 256 pounds, Lewis hauled in ten touchdowns in 2005.
OL Greg Eslinger SR Minnesota
OL Eric Winston SR Miami
OL Jonathan Scott SR Texas
OL Taitusi Lutui SR Southern Cal
OL D'Brickashaw Ferguson SR Virginia
Who wouldn't want to run behind this group of blockers? Four of the five were SCS.com Preseason All-America selections, and each had a fabulous season while making big holes in the opponents' defensive line.
DEFENSE
DL Mathias Kiwanuka SR Boston College
DL Elvis Dumervil SR Louisville
DL Tamba Hali SR Penn State
DL Mario Williams JR NC State
This group of linemen includes some of the more fierce pass-rushers in all of America. Dumervil, Hali, and Williams each led their conference in sacks this season. Kiwanuka battled injury in 2005 and still managed to register 9.5 sacks this season.
LB Paul Posluszny SR Penn State
LB A.J. Hawk SR Ohio State
LB DeMeco Ryans SR Alabama
Both Hawk and Posluszny were among the top tacklers in the Big Ten this season, each recording an average of ten per game. Ryans was the leader of the number one defense in America this season at Alabama.
DB Jimmy Williams SR Virginia Tech
DB Alan Zemaitis SR Penn State
DB Greg Blue SR Georgia
DB Dion Byrum SR Ohio
Zemaitis led the Big Ten in interceptions this season while also recovering a pair of fumbles. Byrum led the MAC and was number two in the country with a half-dozen picks on the 2005 season. Blue and Williams were solid throughout their teams' championship runs.
SPECIAL TEAMS
K Mason Crosby JR Colorado
P Daniel Sepulveda JR Baylor
KR Cory Rodgers JR TCU
PR Maurice Drew JR UCLA
Crosby converted on 20 field goals this season, including five from lengths of 50, 52, 56, 57, and 58 yards. Sepulveda averaged more than 46 yards per punt, second best in the country. Rodgers returned a pair of kicks for TDs, while Drew lead the nation in average yards per punt return and took three to the house.

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