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The Southeastern, Big Ten and Big 12 conferences accounted for 18 of the 25 players when the 67th Football Writers Association of America All-America Team was announced today. Among the star-studded lineup is Bronko Nagurski Trophy winner Da’Quan Bowers of Clemson and Outland Trophy winner Gabe Carimi of Wisconsin.
The FWAA All-America Team, the second-longest continuously-published team in major college football, was announced on ABC-TV for the seventh straight season during a one-hour show that was sponsored by AT&T. The FWAA has named an All-America team in some form since 1944.
You need to read this article because what it DOES NOT SAY is that they choose to be sanctimonius and omit the most talented player in college football from the team, Cam Newton.
I admit that they have the right to vote for whomever they wish, but I also have the right to criticize their motives for the omission. If there was a criteria used to omit Cam, be forward enough to say it.
As I see it, this group has ZERO credibility for choosing a team and ignoring the 600 pound elephant in the room.