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Friday, December 8, 1972

[HE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Rodgers

AP ALL-AMERICA
heads star squad

NEW YORK ( - Two players
from No. 1-ranked Southern Cali-
fornia and three from Nebraska's
deposed national champions, in-
cluding Heisman Trophy winner
Johnny Rodgers, were named yes-
terday to The Associated Press
All-America football team for
1972.
Four members from the 1971 All-
America team made it for the sec-
ond year in a row, including Ok-
lahoma's super runner Greg Pru-
itt. He was joined in the 1972 back-
field by quarterback John Huf-,
nagel of Penn State and running
backs Otis Armstrong of Purdue
and Woodrow Green of Arizona
State.
The other repeaters are middle
guard Rich Glover of Nebraska,
winner of the Outland Trophy as
the nation's top interior lineman,
offensive tackle Jerry Sisemore of
Texas and center Tom Brahaney of
Oklahoma.
The third Nebraska representa-

tive is defensive end Willie Harp-
er while top-ranked Southern Cal
is represented by tight end Charles
Young and sophomore linebacker
Richard Wood.
Rodgers, Harper, guard John
Hannah of Alabama and defensive
back Robert Popelka of Southern
Methodist all moved up from the
second team of a year ago while
Brad Van Pelt, Michigan State's
towering 6-foot-S safety, climbed
from the 1971 third team.
No Michigan players made the
first team.
Rodgers wound up regular sea-
son play with four National Col-
legiate Athletic Association re-
cords. He has scored 46 touch-
downs, 276 points, caught 150
passes for 2,708 yards and 26
touchdowns and has returned
punts for 1,654 yards. In all-pur-
pose running, he has an NCAA re-'
cord 5,586 yards.
Hufnagel has directed Penn
State to 26 victories in 28 games

since becoming the starting quar- tional Football League does its
terb-.ck midway in the 1970 season. drafting early next year. He was
Oklahoma's opponents over- the only player to be named AP
loaded their defenses to the out- Back of the Week twice this sea-
side to take away Pruitt's explo- son and he did it by gaining a
sive sweeps and he didn't approach school record 233 yards against
his 1,665 yards of last season. Northwestern, then bettering that
Although he missed one Ari- mark five weeks later with 276
zona state game with a knee in- against Indiana.
jury, Green still gafloped for 1,363 USC Coach John McKay says
yards and 15 touchdowns. He had that So'ithern Cal's defense de-
the professional scouts drooling serves three-fourth of the credit
even last year. for the Trojans' No. 1 ranking and
Purdue's Armstrong is likely to Wood, brother of former. major
be a first-round pick when the Na- league baseball player Jake Wood.
1972 AP All-America team,.

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FIRST TEAM
OFFENSE
Tight End - Charles Young, South-
ern California.
Wide Receiver - Johnny Rodgers,
Nebraska.
Tackles - John Hicks, Ohio State;
Jerry Sisemore, Texas.
Guards - John Hannah, Alabama;
Ron Rusnak, North Carolina.
a Center - Tom Brahaney, Oklahoma.
Quarterback - John Hufnagel, Penn
State.
Running Backs - Otis Armstrong,
Purdue; Woodrow Green, Arizona
State; Greg Pruitt, Oklahoma.
Manager - Rich Stuck, Michigan
DEFENSE
Ends - Roger Goree, Baylor; Willie
jHarper, Nebraska.
Tackles - Greg Marx, Notre Dame;
Derland Moore, Oklahoma.
, Middle Guard - Rich Glover, Ne-
braska.
Linebackers - Randy Gradishar,
Ohio State; John Skorupan, Penn
State; Richard Wood, Southern Califor-
nia.:
Backs - Calvin Jones, Washington;
Robert Popelka, Southern Methodist;
Brad Van Pelt, Michigan State.
SECOND TEAM

DEFENSE
Ends - Bruce Bannon, Penn State;
Danny Sanspree, Auburn.
Tackles - John Grant, Southiern'
California; George Hasenolrl,, tQhi
State,
Middle Guard c- Donald Rives, tex
as Tech.
Linebackers - Glen Gaspard, Texas;
Tom Jackson, Louisville; James Ro-
tella, Tennessee.
Backs - Joe Blahak, Nebraska;
RANDY LOGAN, MICHIGAN; Randy.
Rhino, Georgia Tech.
THIRD TEAM
OFFENSE
Tight End - Mike Creaney, Notre
Dame,
Wide Receivers - Steve Sweeney,
California.
Tackles - Bruce Walton, .UCLA;
Daryl White, Nebraska
Guards - Ken Jones, Oklahoma;
Larry Ulmer, Western Michigan.
Center - Gerald Schultze, West Vir-
gina.
Quarterback - Don Strock, Virginia
Tech.
Running Backs - Bob Hitchens, Mi-
ami, Ohio; Steve Jones, Duke; Pete
Valkenburg, Brigham Young.
Manager - John Levine, Oregon
State.

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