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 Post subject: Pac 12 all confrence
 Post Posted: Mon Nov 26, 2012 5:01 pm 
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Offensive Player of the Year: Marqise Lee, USC
Pat Tillman Defensive Player of the Year: Will Sutton, Arizona State
Freshman Offensive Player of the Year: Marcus Mariota, Oregon
Freshman Defensive Player of the Year: Leonard Williams, USC
Coach of the Year: David Shaw, Stanford

2012 ALL-PAC-12 CONFERENCE FOOTBALL TEAM

First Team Offense

QB Marcus Mariota, Fr., Oregon (Seems Pac 12 coaches thought higher of him then you do Kearly)
RB Kenjon Barner, Sr., Oregon
RB Ka’Deem Carey, So., Arizona
WR Marqise Lee, So., USC
WR Markus Wheaton, Sr., Oregon State
TE Zach Ertz, Sr., Stanford
OL Hroniss Grasu, So., Oregon
OL Khaled Holmes, Sr., USC
OL Brian Schwenke, Sr., California
OL Xavier Su’a-Filo, So., UCLA
OL David Yankey, Jr., Stanford

Second Team Offense

QB Matt Scott, Sr., Arizona
RB Johnathan Franklin, Sr., UCLA
RB Stepfan Taylor, Sr., Stanford
WR Austin Hill, So., Arizona
WR Robert Woods, Jr., USC
TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins, So., Washington
OL Jeff Baca, Sr., UCLA
OL David Bakhtiari, Jr., Colorado
OL Sam Brenner, Sr., Utah
OL Kevin Danser, Sr., Stanford
OL Sam Schwartzstein, Sr., Stanford

First Team Defense

DL Scott Crichton, So., Oregon State
DL Dion Jordan, Sr., Oregon
DL Star Lotulelei, Sr., Utah (2)
DL Will Sutton, Jr., Arizona State
LB Anthony Barr, Jr., UCLA
LB Trent Murphy, Sr., Stanford
LB Chase Thomas, Sr., Stanford (2)
DB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, So., Oregon
DB Joran Poyer, Sr., Oregon State
DB Ed Reynolds, Jr., Stanford
DB Desmond Trufant, Sr., Washington

Second Team Defense

DL Henry Anderson, Jr., Stanford
DL Morgan Breslin, Jr., USC
DL Ben Gardner, Sr., Stanford
DL Datone Jones, Sr., UCLA
LB Kiko Alonso, Sr., Oregon
LB Michael Clay, Sr., Oregon
LB Brandon Magee, Sr., Arizona State
DB Deone Bucannon, Jr., Washington State
DB Alden Darby, Jr., Arizona State
DB T.J. McDonald, Sr., USC
DB Nickell Robey, Jr., USC

First Team Specialists

PK Vince D'Amato, Jr., California
P Jeff Locke, Sr., UCLA
RS Reggie Dunn, Sr., Utah
ST Jordan Jenkins, Sr., Oregon State

Second Team Specialists

PK Andrew Furney, Jr., Washington State
P Josh Hubner, Sr., Arizona State
RS Marqise Lee, So., USC
ST David Allen, Sr., UCLA

http://pac-12.com/Sports/Football/Artic ... unced.aspx


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 Post subject: Re: Pac 12 all confrence
 Post Posted: Mon Nov 26, 2012 5:16 pm 
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Where's Alejandro Maldonado?!?

But really, not too many surprises there. I'm a little surprised that they have Ertz over Seffarian-Jenkins, although both are very good. Although I think if you put Lyerla in either one of those offenses he would put up better numbers then either of them.

A little dissapointed that at least one of Clay and Alonzo didnt make the 1st team, but i'm not sure which one of those 1st teamers i would replace.

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 Post Posted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 9:18 pm 
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Even I would have voted Mariota 1st team. Never said he wasn't a great college QB. The next best option is Matt Barkley, and that would be pretty weird given USC's season.

I'm fine with Ertz getting 1st team. He's basically been ASJ's equal and he's a senior, plus his team just won the Pac-12. I may have mentioned this before, but I'm a big fan of Zach Ertz.

I also really like that Matt Scott got 2nd team over Barkley. Barkley actually wasn't that bad this year, but Matt Scott impressed the hell out of me at times and I would have felt bad for him if he didn't get some recognition for the season he had.

Kind of sad that Trufant was the only defensive player to make the list for UW. Their defense was quietly one of the better units in the conference this year, seems like a snub that only 1/22 of that conference list included UW. It would have been nice if Timu and Shirley had gotten some recognition. I thought they had nice seasons. Parker and Shaq were pretty good too. I get it though- it wasn't a star studded defense- more of a sum of the parts defense so the snubs make sense.

I get why David Shaw got coach of the year, but my vote would have gone to Rich Rod or yes, even Jim Mora. A lot of people, including me, expected Arizona to suck badly for years to come, and he instantly turned them into the Pac-12's most dangerous team. UCLA hasn't been relevant in ages and Mora made them relevant in year one. Shaw is kind of the Les Miles of the Pac-12, a good steward for a team pre-built for him, but nothing special otherwise. This is a coach that took way too long to switch to Hogan at QB, and I could tell in five seconds that Hogan was the better QB. Still, his team did play above expectations this year. So he deserves the respect and recognition for that.


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 Post subject: Re: Pac 12 all confrence
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Trufant got abused by WSU. When he wasn't getting badly beat, he was getting badly beat and committing blatant pass interference. Must have been a huge down year for CB's in the Pac 12.


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Trufant got abused by WSU. When he wasn't getting badly beat, he was getting badly beat and committing blatant pass interference. Must have been a huge down year for CB's in the Pac 12.


One bad game determines if the guy deserves his ranking?

Trufant deserves to be where he is at.

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Tech Worlds wrote:
dutchcoug wrote:
Trufant got abused by WSU. When he wasn't getting badly beat, he was getting badly beat and committing blatant pass interference. Must have been a huge down year for CB's in the Pac 12.


One bad game determines if the guy deserves his ranking?

Trufant deserves to be where he is at.



One game? He didn't do crap vs UO either. Or at least the starters.


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 Post subject: Re: Pac 12 all confrence
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How many times did Oregon even throw at him?

(asking cuz I stopped watching midway through)

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 Post subject: Re: Pac 12 all confrence
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How Travis Long didn't make the 2nd team is beyond me.


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dutchcoug wrote:
How Travis Long didn't make the 2nd team is beyond me.


This.


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