December 2, 2013

10 Buckeyes earn All-B1G honors

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COLUMBUS, Ohio -- After back-to-back undefeated regular seasons, 10 Ohio State players earned first or second team Big Ten honors Monday night.



Notably, Braxton Miller was named conference's quarterback of the year and Carlos Hyde was named the running back of the year.



Miller completed 66 percent of his passes for 1,759 yards, 21 touchdowns and five interceptions. He also ran the ball for 891 yards and eight touchdowns on 132 touches.



Hyde, who missed the first three games of the season because of a suspension, ran for 1,290 yards and 14 touchdowns on 165 carries. He became the first running back to rush for 1,000 or more yards under coach Urban Meyer.



Here's a breakdown of which Buckeyes garnered conference honors:



All-Big Ten first team (media)


Braxton Miller (junior quarterback)


Carlos Hyde (senior running back)


Ryan Shazier (junior linebacker)


Bradley Roby (redshirt junior cornerback)


Noah Spence (sophomore defensive end)


Jack Mewhort (senior tackle)


Corey Linsley (senior center)


Andrew Norwell (senior guard)



All-Big Ten second team (media)
Michael Bennett (junior defensive lineman)



All-Big Ten first team (coaches)


Braxton Miller (junior quarterback)


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Ryan Shazier (junior linebacker)


Bradley Roby (redshirt junior cornerback)


Corey Linsley (senior center)



All-Big Ten second team (coaches)


Jack Mewhort (senior tackle)


Corey Brown (senior wide receiver)


Andrew Norwell (senior guard)


Noah Spence (sophomore defensive end)


Michael Bennett (junior defensive lineman)



Additionally, C.J. Barnett, Devin Smith, Jeff Heuerman, Joey Bosa, Doran Grant, Marcus Hall, Drew Basil, Cameron Johnston were earned honorable mention status.










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