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SI'S ALL-BOWL TEAM
Austin Murphy
January 13, 2003
Here are the 24 players—and one coach—who shone brightest in the postseason
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January 13, 2003

Si's All-bowl Team

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Here are the 24 players—and one coach—who shone brightest in the postseason

LINEBACKER
JEFF MACK
SR.
WISCONSIN
Seemed to always be around the ball and had nine tackles (three for losses) in Alamo Bowl win over Colorado

STRONG SAFETY
MIKE DOSS
SR.
OHIO STATE
Hard-hitting Buckeye was key in title-game upset, and his 35-yard interception return set up Ohio State's first TD

LINEBACKER
GERALD HAYES
SR.
PITTSBURGH
His II tackles in Insight Bowl were instrumental in shutting down Oregon State

FREE SAFETY
ROD JOHNSON
SR.
N.C. STATE
His three interceptions in Gator Bowl shellacking of Notre Dame tripled his career total

LINEBACKER
E.J. HENDERSON
SR.
MARYLAND
Best player on the field in Peach Bowl rout of Tennessee, with 12 solo tackles, including four for losses; two sacks; and a forced fumble

CORNERBACK
ANDRE WOOLFOLK
SR.
OKLAHOMA
Came up big in Rose Bowl victory, preventing a touchdown with an interception and blocking a field goal

DEFENSIVE END
TERRELL SUGGS
JR.
ARIZONA STATE
Showed he was nation's best defensive player with two sacks, increasing his NCAA-season-record total to 24, in Holiday Bowl loss to Kansas State

DEFENSIVE TACKLE
BOBBY HAMMER
SR.
BOISE STATE
Spearheaded Humanitarian Bowl victory over Iowa State with 10 tackles, including two for losses

DEFENSIVE TACKLE
KENNY PETERSON
SR.
OHIO STATE
Had five tackles, including two sacks, and one forced fumble for defense that stultified Miami

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