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Lavonte David, Eric Hagg On SI's 2010 Mid-Season All-America Team

Those goofy writers and editors at SI.COM got together and came up with their mid-season All America Team. There are 12 schools that have multiple players on one of the two teams, broken down as follows:

Wisconsin (5), Oregon (5), Oklahoma State (4), Auburn (3), TCU (3), Michigan St (3), LSU (2), Nebraska (2), Florida St (2), Boston College (2), Utah (2), Boise State (2).

Nebraska's two players are first-team linebacker Lavonte David, and second-team Safety Eric Hagg. It would have been nice to see Prince Amukamara on this list somewhere, but he's quietly done his job covering people, and doesn't have the added advantage of returning punts or kicks to get noticed.

Note that Oklahoma State had four (!) player selected - first-teamers receiver Justin Blackmon and kicker David Bailey, along with second-teamers running back Kendall Hunter and guard Lane Taylor.

1st Team Offense                                                                                               
QB - Kellen Moore, Jr. - Boise State
RB - LaMichael James, So. - Oregon
FB - Owen Marecic, Jr. - Stanford
WR - Justin Blackmon, So. - Oklahoma State
WR - Alshon Jeffery, So. - South Carolina
TE - Michael Egner, Jr. - Missouri
T - Derek Sherrod, Sr. - Mississippi State
G - John Moffitt, Sr. - Wisconsin
C - Jordan Holmes, Sr. - Oregon
G - Rodney Hudson, Sr. - Florida State
T - Marcus Cannon, Sr. - TCU
1st Team Defense
DE - Da'Quan Bowers, Jr. - Clemson
DT - Drake Nevis, Sr. - LSU
DT - Nick Fairley, Jr. - Auburn
DE - Vinny Curry, Jr. - Marshall
LB - Lavonte David, Jr. - Nebraska
LB - Greg Jones, Sr. - Michigan State
LB - Luke Kuechly, So. - Boston College
CB - Patrick Peterson, Jr. - LSU
S - Mark Barron, Jr. - Alabama
S - Jeron Johnson, Sr. - Boise State
CB - Cliff Harris, So. - Oregon
1st Team Special Teams
K - Dan Bailey, Sr. - Oklahoma State
P - Kyle Martens, Jr. - Rice
KR - Jonathan Warzeka, Jr. - Air Force
PR - Shaky Smithson, Sr. - Utah

Eric Hagg made the second team defense, the complete list of which is at the SI.COM site because for some reason I feel like sucking up to them.