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The "Official" Clone Chronicles 2010 Big 12 Predictions: Part Three

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I went out of town this weekend, a trip that I forgot about completley. My bad. Part 3 is finally here, and Part 4 is coming this afternoon/evening.

In just a sec, the Clone Chronicles Preseason All-Big 12 team will be unveiled below. Before I get into it, I'm only picking 1 team (1 QB, 2 OTs, 2 OGs, 1 C, 1 RB, 3 WRs, 1 TE on offense, 2 DTs, 2 DEs, 3 LBs, 2 CBs, and 2 Safeties on defense), and then including an honorable mention of a handful of guys. I will also select a KR, PR, P, and K too.

The "Official" Clone Chronicles 2010 Preseason All-Big 12 Team:


QB Jerrod Johnson, Texas A&M, JR
RB DeMarco Murray, OU, SR
WR Ryan Broyles, OU, JR
WR Scotty McKnight, CU, SR
WR Alexander Torres, Texas Tech, SR
TE Mike McNeill, Nebraska, SR
OT Nate Solder, CU, SR
OT Kyle Hix, Texas, SR
OG Ryan Miller, CU, SR
OG Stephen Good, OU, JR
C Ben Lamaak, ISU, SR


DE Jeremy Beal, OU, SR
DE Sam Acho, Texas, SR
DT Adrian Taylor, OU, SR
DT Jared "Husker Fans Think I'm Better Than Suh, That We Will Be Better Without Suh, That I'll Still Flourish Like I Did Last Year Being Double Teamed Every Snap" Crick, Nebraska, JR
LB Von Miller, Texas A&M, SR
LB Emannuel Acho, Texas, JR
LB Travis Lewis, OU, JR
CB Carl Gettis, Mizzou, SR
CB Prince Amukamara, Nebraska, SR
S Blake Gideon, Texas, JR
S Quinton Carter, OU, SR

Special Teams:

K Alex Henery, Nebraska, SR
P Derek Epperson, Baylor, SR
KR Cyrus Gray, Texas A&M, JR
PR Ryan Broyles, OU, JR

Honorable Mention:

C Tim Barnes, Missouri, SR
WR Kendall Wright, Baylor
RB Daniel Thomas, K-State, SR
QB Blaine Gabbert, Missouri, JR
OT Tanner Hawkinson, KU, SO
LB Keenan Robinson, Texas, JR
LB Brian Duncan, Texas Tech, SR
LB Huldon Tharp, KU, SO
DT Phil Taylor, Baylor, SR
DE Aldon Smith, Mizzou, SO

Pretty straightforward list for the most part. I did use media guides and also what others were choosing for help with this. I only get to watch so much and there are only so many stats I can look at. If I've seen a guy play, and was impressed, I'm probably a little more biased.

Later this evening, I will conclude with Part 4 in this series