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Tuesday, December 8, 2009

More Honors for Bulldogs

Lots of awards stuff for the Bulldogs today…

First off, the coaches' All-SEC team is out, and Georgia landed seven players on the list.

A.J. Green, Rennie Curran and Drew Butler all made the first-team All-SEC. Blair Walsh, Geno Atkins, Ben Jones and Justin Houston were all named to the second team.

That list is pretty much the same as the AP's All-SEC honors, with Jones replacing left tackle Clint Boling as a second-team selection for Georgia.

Curran, Green and Butler also earned first-team All-SEC honors from Phil Steele. Seven other Georgia players showed up on Steele's second-, third-, and fourth-team All-SEC squads, including Boling, Houston, Walsh and safety Reshad Jones on the second team, Atkins on the third-team and senior defensive tackle Kade Weston on Steele's fourth-team All-SEC, along with kick returner Brandon Boykin and freshman tailback Washaun Ealey.

Tight end Orson Charles was also named to Steele's All-Freshman first team and Charles also earned a nod to the Freshman All-America First-Team by College Football News.


Unknown said...

Any All-SEC team that doesn't include Boling and that places anyone ahead of Blair Walsh isn't worth much.

What we're seeing, though, is the difference between winning 10+ games and winning 7 and the corresponding impact on individual honors.

Anonymous said...

If Cox throws like 5 less interceptions we are 9-3 and our guys are getting better recognition...Oh well

Anonymous said...

Walsh is not only the best kicker in the SEC, it would be hard to any NFL team draft another kicker ahead of him. Should be 1st Team AA. Kiffin? Seriously?