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THE ALL-SEC TEAM 2011
ANDY STAPLES
August 11, 2011
SI's selection of the 26 outstanding players (and 26 understudies) who help make the SEC the most powerful conference in college football
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August 11, 2011

The All-sec Team 2011

SI's selection of the 26 outstanding players (and 26 understudies) who help make the SEC the most powerful conference in college football

2011 ALL-SEC OFFENSE

Record-setting young players in the backfield fit in nicely behind the experienced body movers who patrol (and control) the line

QB AARON MURRAY GEORGIA SOPHOMORE

He was named to the SEC coaches' All-Freshman Team after throwing for 3,049 yards and completing more than 61% of his passes last year. His 3,216 total yards from scrimmage were second most in SEC history for a freshman.

SECOND TEAM TYLER WILSON ARKANSAS JUNIOR

RB MARCUS LATTIMORE SOUTH CAROLINA SOPHOMORE

Last season's National Freshman of the Year is tough to bring down: His school-record-breaking (for a freshman) 2010 season of 1,197 rushing yards and 17 rushing TDs included three games of 180-plus yards. In a win over Florida, Lattimore went for 212 yards. He also caught 29 passes in '10.

SECOND TEAM TRENT RICHARDSON ALABAMA JUNIOR

RB MICHAEL DYER AUBURN SOPHOMORE

Dyer broke Bo Jackson's Auburn freshman rushing record with 1,093 yards last season, capping the year with an Offensive MVP performance and game-breaking 37-yard run on the biggest of all stages: the national championship game against Oregon.

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