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18 Hawks honored

BY DI STAFF | DECEMBER 09, 2009 7:30 AM

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Finishing 10-2 overall and earning a trip to the Orange Bowl next January has done wonders for the Iowa football team this postseason.

A league-high 18 Hawkeye players were named to Phil Steele’s All-Big Ten teams, including six first-team honorees, on Tuesday.

Senior linebacker Pat Angerer, junior offensive tackle Bryan Bulaga, junior defensive end Adrian Clayborn, senior tight end Tony Moeaki, sophomore safety Tyler Sash, and junior cornerback Amari Spievey all earned first-team recognition.

The six selected are the most of any team in the Big Ten.

Senior center Raphael Eubanks, senior offensive tackle Kyle Calloway, senior linebacker A.J. Edds, and junior punter Ryan Donahue were named to the second-team. Eubanks, Calloway, and Edds previously received second-team All-Big Ten recognition, and Donahue was an all-Big Ten honorable mention.

In addition to the all-Big Ten honors, two Hawkeyes earned freshman All-American honors.
Offensive tackle Riley Reiff was named a third-team freshman All-American by CollegeFootballNews.com and FoxSports.com. Reiff appeared in all 12 games, starting three times at left tackle and seven games at left guard.

— by Ryan Young


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