Now that the college football season has been in the books for a few days, ESPN released its 2020 college football All-Bowl team to announce the best performances during the bowl season.
Several Big 12 players made the list, led by Texas running back Bijan Robinson, who smoked Colorado in the Alamo Bowl with 12 touches for over 200 yards in a 55-23 win.
Other Big 12 players to make the ESPN All-Bowl team on the offensive side include Oklahoma State wide receiver Brennan Presley and Oklahoma offensive lineman Adrian Ealy.
Meantime, there were several Big 12 players on the defensive side as well (which might shock some since they still don’t think the Big 12 plays defense). Defensively, the list included two Big 12 linebackers in West Virginia’s Josh Chandler-Somedo and Iowa State’s O’Rien Vance, plus in the secondary, Oklahoma’s Tre Norwood made the list.
Here’s a full look at both teams below.
Of these Big 12 performances, the most surprising was Oklahoma State’s Brennan Presley, who had six catches for 118 yards and three touchdowns in the Cheez-It Bowl against Miami. He came into the game with one catch for seven yards.
The Big 12 dominated the bowl season with a perfect 5-0 record, so it should be no shocker the conference had several players selected on both sides of the ball. Itw as much needed after the conference had a brutal non-conference week after losing three games to Sun Belt teams back in September.
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