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Briscoe & Stuckey on the Preseason All Big 12

Just like the preseason polls yesterday this was chosen by the Big 12 media and hard to argue with the selections at this point.  I must say though that it is absolutely amazing the talent that has moved through this conference at the QB position over the past few years as Todd hasn't even sniffed at an all conference squad still.

July 24, 2009 LAWRENCE, Kan. – Kansas Wide receiver Dezmon Briscoe and safety Darrell Stuckey were named to the 2009 Media Preseason All-Big 12 Football Team it was announced by the league office on Friday.


Briscoe, a junior, was an All-Big 12 Second Team selection in 2008.  He heads into 2009 as the nation’s second-leading returning wide receiver based on receiving yards.  Last year the Dallas, Texas native recorded 108.23 yards per game as he had 92 catches for 1,407 yards and 15 touchdowns.  Both his yardage total and touchdown numbers were school single-season records.


Stuckey, a senior, was KU’s lone All-Big 12 First Team selection a year ago.  He recorded 98 tackles, five interceptions, seven passes broken up, two fumbles forced and one fumble recovery last year.  Stuckey led the team in interceptions and was second in tackles and passes broken up.  His 12 passes defended (seven breakups and five interceptions) tied for the team lead.


Conclusion of the KU AD press release and full team listing after the jump...

Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford was named the preseason Offensive Player of the Year, while Nebraska defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh was tabbed the Defensive Player of the Year.  Baylor defensive tackle Phil Taylor was selected as the Newcomer of the Year.


The annual Big 12 Football Media Days will be held in Irving, Texas, July 27-29 with Kansas taking part on Tuesday, July 28.  Live video coverage will be featured each day on


2009 Media Preseason All-Big 12 Football Team


Pos   Name                        School                   Ht     Wt    Cl/Exp    Hometown

WR    Dez Bryant               Oklahoma State     6-2    215   Jr/2L        Lufkin, Texas

TE     Jermaine Gresham   Oklahoma              6-6    258   Sr/3L       Ardmore, Okla.

OL     Russell Okung         Oklahoma State     6-6    305   Sr/3L       Fort Bend, Texas

OL     Trent Williams          Oklahoma              6-5    318   Sr/3L       Longview, Texas

      Chris Hall                 Texas                     6-4    295   Sr/3L       Irving, Texas

OL     Adam Ulatoski          Texas                     6-6    310   Sr/3L       Southlake, Texas

OL     Brandon Carter        Texas Tech             6-7    354   Sr/3L       Longview, Texas

WR   Dezmon Briscoe           Kansas            6-3         202     Jr/2L   Dallas, Texas

QB     Sam Bradford           Oklahoma              6-4    223   Jr/2L        Oklahoma City, Okla.

RB     Kendall Hunter        Oklahoma State     5-8    190   Jr/2L        Tyler, Texas

RB     DeMarco Murray    Oklahoma              6-1    214   Jr/2L        Las Vegas, Nev.

PK     Alex Henery              Nebraska               6-2    175   Jr/2L        Omaha, Neb.

KR     Perrish Cox               Oklahoma State     6-0    195   Sr/3L       Waco, Texas



Pos   Name                        School                   Ht     Wt    Cl/Exp    Hometown

DL   Ndamukong Suh        Nebraska               6-4    300   Sr/3L       Portland, Ore.

DL   Gerald McCoy             Oklahoma              6-4    297   Jr/2L        Oklahoma City, Okla.

DL   Jeremy Beal               Oklahoma              6-3    261   Jr/2L        Carrollton, Texas

DL   Sergio Kindle               Texas                     6-4    255   Sr/3L       Dallas, Texas

LB    Sean Weatherspoon  Missouri                 6-2    245   Sr/3L       Jasper, Texas

LB    Joe Pawelek           Baylor                    6-2    240   Sr/3L       San Antonio, Texas

LB    Travis Lewis               Oklahoma              6-2    232   So/1L      San Antonio, Texas

DB  Darrell Stuckey        Kansas                  6-1   205  Sr/3L     Kansas City, Kan.

DB  Jordan Lake             Baylor                    6-1    215   Sr/3L       Houston, Texas

DB   Dominique Franks      Oklahoma              6-0    192   Jr/2L        Tulsa, Okla.

DB   Earl Thomas                Texas                     5-10  197   So/1L      Orange, Texas

P     Derek Epperson        Baylor                    6-3    235   Jr/2L        Southlake, Texas

PR   Dez Bryant              Oklahoma State     6-2    215   Jr/2L        Lufkin, Texas


2008 Preseason Team

2008 All-Big 12 First Team selection

2008 All-Big 12 Second Team selection


Offensive Player of the Year: Sam Bradford, Oklahoma

Defensive Player of the Year: Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska

Newcomer of the Year: Phil Taylor, Baylor