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2000 Iowa State Cyclones Football Team

2000 Iowa State Cyclones football
Insight.com Bowl champion
ConferenceBig 12 Conference
DivisionNorth Division
Ranking
CoachesNo. 23
APNo. 25
2000 record9-3 (5-3 Big 12)
Head coach
Offensive coordinatorSteve Loney (1st season)
Defensive coordinatorJohn Skladany (5th season)
Home stadiumJack Trice Stadium
(Capacity: 43,000)
Seasons
← 1999
2001 →
2000 Big 12 Conference football standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
Northern Division
No. 9 Kansas State xy   6 2         11 3  
No. 8 Nebraska x   6 2         10 2  
No. 25 Iowa State   5 3         9 3  
Colorado   3 5         3 8  
Kansas   2 6         4 7  
Missouri   2 6         3 8  
Southern Division
No. 1 Oklahoma x$#   8 0         13 0  
No. 12 Texas   7 1         9 3  
Texas A&M   5 3         7 5  
Texas Tech   3 5         7 6  
Oklahoma State   1 7         3 8  
Baylor   0 8         2 9  
Championship: Oklahoma 27, Kansas State 24
    1. – BCS National Champion
  • $ – BCS representative as conference champion
  • x – Division champion/co-champions
  • y – Championship game participant
Rankings from AP Poll

The 2000 Iowa State Cyclones football team represented the Iowa State University in the 2000 NCAA Division I-A football season. This was Dan McCarney's sixth season as head coach. The team captains were Chris Anthony, Ryan Harklau, Reggie Hayward, and Sage Rosenfels. The Cyclones were quarterbacked by Sage Rosenfels. Sage is among many former Cyclones from the 2000 team to make it to the NFL. Others were J. J. Moses, Reggie Hayward, Ennis Haywood, Tony Yelk, Mike Banks, Jordan Carstens, Tyson Smith and James Reed. It was Iowa State's first appearance in a bowl game since the 1978 Peach Bowl. The Insight.com Bowl victory was the programs first victory ever in bowl game. Iowa State was picked by the media to finish 5th in the Big 12 North Division.[1] Two players participated in post season bowl games. Sage Rosenfels played in the Senior Bowl and Reggie Hayward played in the Hula Bowl where he won the defensive MVP.[2] Iowa State's nine victories were the most since 1906.[3]

Schedule

The Ohio game's date and time was changed from August 31 at 7 p.m. to September 2 at 11:30 a.m.[4] The Baylor game was originally scheduled for 1:00 p.m.,[4] but was changed to 6:00 p.m.[5] The Nebraska game was originally scheduled for kickoff at 1:00 p.m., it was changed to 2:30 p.m. to accommodate a broadcast on ABC.[5][6] The Oklahoma State game was originally scheduled for 1:00 p.m. but was changed to 7:00 p.m.[4][7] The Missouri game time was changed from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. to accommodate a Fox Sports Net cablecast.[8] On December 3 Iowa State announced it would accept a bowl invitation from the Insight.com Bowl.[9]

DateTimeOpponentSiteTVResultAttendance
September 211:30 a.m.[10]Ohio*FSN[11]W 25-1534,385
September 91:00 p.m.[10]UNLV*
  • Jack Trice Stadium
  • Ames, IA
W 37-2235,408
September 1611:00 a.m.at Iowa*ESPN[12]W 24-1470,397
September 306:00 p.m.[4]at BaylorW 31-1731,126
October 72:30 p.m.[5]No. 1 Nebraska
  • Jack Trice Stadium
  • Ames, IA
ABC[5]L 27-4950,074
October 147:00 p.m.at Oklahoma StateW 33-2641,310
October 212:30 p.m.Texas A&Mdagger
  • Jack Trice Stadium
  • Ames, IA
ABC[13]L 7-3048,931
October 286:00 p.m.Missouri
FSN[8]W 39-2046,599
November 411:30 a.m.at No. 15 Kansas StateFSN[14]L 10-5650,114
November 112:30 p.m.[15]at ColoradoFSN[15]W 35-2746,430
November 181:00 p.m.Kansas
  • Jack Trice Stadium
  • Ames, IA
W 38-1736,725
December 286:00 p.m.vs. Pittsburgh*ESPN[16]W 37-2941,813
  • *Non-conference game
  • daggerHomecoming
  • Rankings from AP Poll released prior to the game
  • All times are in Central time

Game summaries

[17]

Game 1: vs. Ohio Bobcats

Game 2: vs. UNLV Rebels

Game 3: @ Iowa Hawkeyes

Game 4: @ Baylor Bears

Game 5: vs. Nebraska Cornhuskers

Game 6: @ Oklahoma State Cowboys

Game 7: vs. Texas A&M Aggies

Game 8: vs. Missouri Tigers

Game 9: @ Kansas State Wildcats

Game 10: @ Colorado Buffaloes

Game 11: vs. Kansas Jayhawks

Game 12: vs. Pittsburgh Panthers

Personnel

Roster

On June 30, 2000 FB Robert Lewis was dismissed from the team for violating team rules.[33]

List of signees.[34]

Depth chart[35][36]

Note: No= Number; Name = Name; Pos = Position; Ht = Height; Wt = Weight; Yr = Year; Hometown = Hometown; * = Letter earned; C = Captain

No. Name Pos Ht Wt Yr Hometown (High School/Previous School)
1 Tyson Smith LB 6-4 210 Fr. Des Moines, Iowa (Dowling)
2 Ennis Haywood** RB 5-11 206 Jr. Dallas, Texas (Carter)
3 Bryan Ollie DB 5-8 178 Fr.# Des Moines, Iowa (Dowling)
4 Derrick Walker* LB 6-2 235 Sr. Houston, Texas (Aldine/Blinn JC)
4 Sam Holden DB 6-3 197 So.# Manchester, Iowa (West Delaware)
5 Andrew Moser* LB 5-10 231 Jr.# Guttenberg, Iowa (Guttenberg)
5 Todd Miller WR 5-9 160 Fr. Mount Pleasant, Iowa (Mount Pleasant)
6 Carl Gomez*** P 6-2 198 Sr. Miami, Florida (Killian)
6 JaMaine Billups RB 6-0 192 Fr. Omaha, Nebraska (Central)
7 Dustin Avey*** DB 6-2 208 Sr.# Ames, Iowa (Ames)
8 Jamarcus Powers* DB 5-8 164 Sr. La Marque, Texas (La Marque/Blinn JC)
9 Adam Runk** DB 6-2 184 Jr.# Stillwater, Minnesota (Stillwater)
10 Johnny Smith III DB 5-10 170 Fr.# Bradenton, Florida (Southeast)
10 Dan Salmen QB 6-1 187 Fr.# St. Paul, Minnesota (Cretin-Derham Hall)
11 Steffen Nass P/PK 6-3 197 So.# Clinton, Iowa (Clinton)
11 Princeton Harris DB 6-1 207 Fr. Friendswood, Texas (Clear Brook)
12 Joel Washington DB 6-1 197 Fr.# Southfield, Michigan (Southeast)
13 Julian Cummings DB 5-8 167 Fr.# West Covina, California (Bishop Amat)
13 Andy Kohler WR 6-4 185 Fr. Ames, Iowa (Ames)
14 Jesse Arnold WR 6-3 200 So. St. Charles, Iowa (Martensdale-St. MaryÕs)
14 Tony Yelk PK 6-1 190 Fr. Arlington, Wisconsin (Poynette)
14 Harold Clewis DB 5-10 173 Fr. Missouri City, Texas (Elkins)
15 Reggie Hayward***C DE 6-5 250 Sr. Dolton, Illinois (Thornridge)
15 Kyle Swenor QB 6-2 201 Fr.# Levering, Michigan (Petoskey)
15 Cris Love QB 6-5 200 Fr. Round Rock, Texas (Round Rock)
17 Gerrin Scott QB 6-0 209 Fr.# Denver, Colorado (Thomas Jefferson)
17 Adam Wagner WR 5-9 173 So.# Ames, Iowa (Ames)
17 Anthony Forrest DB 6-1 185 Fr. Ft. Worth, Texas (Diamond Hill-Jarvis)
18 Sage Rosenfels***C QB 6-4 221 Sr.# Maquoketa, Iowa (Maquoketa)
18 Marc Timmons DB 5-9 168 Fr.# Bradenton, Florida (Southeast)
19 Craig Campbell* WR 5-11 185 Jr. Sante Fe Springs, California (Santa Fe/Mt. SAC CC)
20 Michael Wagner RB 5-7 182 Fr.# West Covina, California (Bishop Amat)
20 Henry Poullard DB 5-11 165 Fr. La Porte, Texas (La Porte)
21 Atif Austin* DB 5-8 180 So.# Tarpon Springs, Florida (Tarpon Springs)
21 Nick Hein DB 5-7 179 Sr.# Monticello, Iowa (Monticello)
22 Ryan Sloth** DB 5-8 184 Sr.# Belmond, Iowa (Belmond-Klemme)
23 Stevie Johnson LB 6-4 225 Sr. Beaumont, Mississippi (Perry Central)
24 Doug Densmore*** DB 5-10 195 Sr.# Sterling, Illinois (Sterling)
25 Scott Horne DB 6-2 212 So. Vancouver, B.C. (Notre Dame HS/CCH)
26 Jack Whitver WR 5-10 180 Fr.# Grinnell, Iowa (Grinnell)
27 Breon Ansley*** DB 5-7 172 Sr. Rowland Heights, California (Bishop Amat)
29 Jordan Wagner WR 6-0 186 Fr.# Cedar Rapids, Iowa (Linn-Mar)
31 Mike Banks** TE 6-4 254 Jr. Ogden, Iowa (Ogden)
31 Clint Bushbaum DB 6-0 187 So.# Rockwell, Iowa (Rockwell-Swaledale)
32 J.J. Moses** WR 5-6 170 Sr. Waterloo, Iowa (East)
33 Jedd Moore LB 5-11 201 Sr.# Waterloo, Iowa (Columbus)
33 Larry Anglin RB 5-9 190 Jr. Compton, California (Gardena/Compton CC)
34 Royce Hooks LB 5-9 201 Fr.# Jacksonville, Florida (White)
35 Andrae Rainey WR 6-1 187 Jr.# Waterloo, Iowa (Northern University HS)
35 Cale Stubbe LB 6-3 235 Fr. Cedar Falls, Iowa (Cedar Falls)
36 Brett Kellogg LB 6-3 235 Fr. Cedar Rapids, Iowa (Kennedy)
37 Jamie Burkhead DB 6-2 191 Sr. Tucson, Az (Salpointe Catholic)
38 Curt Schroeder LB 6-0 203 Jr.# Camanche, Iowa (Camanche)
39 Matt Grosserode FB 5-10 210 Fr. Lincoln, Nebraska (Pius X)
40 Brent Nash LB 5-11 225 Fr. Beverly Hills, California (Beverly Hills)
41 Ab Turner** LB 6-0 220 Sr.# Denver, Colorado (Jefferson/Grossmont)
42 Frank Garcia FB 5-9 225 Fr.# North Bay Village, Florida (Edward Pace)
42 Nick Linder DB/WR 5-10 181 Fr.# Iowa City, Iowa (City)
43 Sean Manatt DB 5-10 181 So.# Ames, Iowa (Ames)
43 Ryan Corcoran RB 5-10 200 Fr. Sioux Falls, South Dakota
44 Ryan Harklau***C DL 6-4 280 Sr.# Humboldt, Iowa (Humboldt)
45 Joe Woodley FB 5-10 233 Fr.# West Des Moines, Iowa (Valley)
46 Matt Word* LB 5-11 235 So. Miami, Florida (Southridge)
47 Chris Whitaker* LB 5-11 235 So. East St. Louis, Illinois (Althoff)
48 Justin Eilers LB 6-2 225 Jr. Boise, Idaho (Nampa/Butte JC)
49 Eric Weiford** DE/LB 5-11 215 Sr.# Oelwein, Iowa (Oelwein)
51 Andy Leaders LB 6-3 225 Fr. Omaha, Nebraska (Millard West)
52 James Reed*** DL 6-0 285 Sr.# Saginaw, Michigan (Saginaw)
53 Todd Slycord DL/LB 5-11 224 Fr.# West Des Moines, Iowa (Valley)
54 Adam Jablonski DL/LB 6-3 226 So.# Mason City, Iowa (Newman)
55 Jared Bucksa* OL 6-3 288 Jr.# New Brighton, Minnesota (Totino-Grace)
56 Adam Sansale OL 6-2 286 Jr.# South St. Paul, Minnesota (Cretin-Derham Hall)
56 Tyrone Tucker LB 6-2 236 Jr. Miami, Florida (South Miami/San Francisco City CC)
56 Tiray Johnson DL 5-11 261 Jr.# Detroit, Michigan (Cass Tech)
58 Scott Davis OL 6-4 300 Jr.# Coral Springs, Florida (M. Stoneman Douglas)
60 Brent Nelson OL 6-3 240 Fr. Cedar Rapids, Iowa (Kennedy)
62 George Cunningham OL 6-6 274 Jr.# Algona, Iowa (Algona)
63 Ben Bruns*** OL 6-3 295 Sr.# Denver, Iowa (Denver)
64 Andrew Kelley OL 6-2 309 Jr.# Knoxville, Iowa (Knoxville)
65 Bob Montgomery OL 6-3 311 Fr.# Lincoln, Nebraska (Pius X)
66 Kerry Carlson OL 6-2 291 Jr. Goodhue, Minnesota (Goodhue/Rochester CC)
66 Kit Curry DL/LB 6-1 227 Fr.# Humboldt, Iowa (Humboldt)
67 Cory Hannen** OL 6-5 300 Jr.# Hiawatha, Iowa (Cedar Rapids Kennedy)
67 Luke VanderSanden DL 6-3 275 Fr. Inwood, Iowa (West Lyon)
68 Zach Butler* OL 6-4 285 So.# Iowa City, Iowa (City)
69 Scott Rickard* OL 6-3 274 Sr. Garland, Texas (South Garland/Tyler JC)
70 Ben Beaudet*** OL 6-4 286 Sr.# Lake Elmo, Minnesota (Stillwater)
71 Mitch Ehrenfelt OL 6-4 300 Fr.# Richland, Iowa (Pekin Community)
73 Ross Dean OL 6-5 256 Fr.# Oskaloosa, Iowa (Oskaloosa)
74 Ryan Terpening OL 6-7 260 Fr. Farmington, Minnesota (Farmington)
75 Marcel Howard** OL 6-6 313 Jr.# Davenport, Iowa (Central)
76 Lorenzo White OL 6-5 340 Jr. Richmond, Texas (Lamar Consolidated/Blinn JC)
77 Brian Donahue* OL 6-5 273 Jr.# Chicago, Illinois (De La Salle)
78 T.J. Woods OL 6-5 303 Jr. San Dimas, California (San Dimas/Citrus JC)
79 Matt Bockes OL 6-0 257 Fr.# Grundy Center, Iowa (Grundy Center)
80 Andy Stensrud*** OL 6-7 280 Sr. Lake Mills, Iowa (Lake Mills)
81 Josh Stensrud TE 6-3 241 So.# Waseca, Minnesota (Waseca)
82 Lane Danielsen WR 6-0 197 Fr.# Grundy Center, Iowa (Dike-New Hartford)
83 Jamaul Montgomery WR 5-11 190 Fr.# Long Beach, California (St. John Bosco)
84 Jason Lyftogt* TE 6-4 253 Jr.# Orange City, Iowa (MOC-FV)
85 DeAndre Phillips WR 5-11 185 Fr. Mission Hills, California (Monroe)
86 Chris Anthony***C WR 6-3 204 Sr. Bettendorf, Iowa (Pleasant Valley)
87 Steve Pfaller WR 6-3 195 Fr. Iowa City, Iowa (Iowa City)
88 Tom Kucera WR 6-2 200 So.# Atlantic, Iowa (Atlantic)
89 Chinwuba Ikwuakor DL 6-4 229 Fr.# Arvada, Colorado (Pomona)
89 Mitch Kennedy OL 6-3 240 Fr. Atlantic, Iowa (CAM)
90 Casey Shelton DE 6-6 275 Fr.# West Des Moines, Iowa (Valley)
91 Tim TeBrink DE 6-3 245 Fr. Alton, Iowa (MOC-Floyd Valley)
92 Jordan Carstens DL 6-5 275 Fr.# Bagley, Iowa (Panorama)
93 Kevin Costello DL 6-3 235 Fr.# West Des Moines, Iowa (Valley)
93 Kyle Knock TE 6-2 250 So.# Cedar Rapids, Iowa (Kennedy)
94 Aaron Howard DL 6-1 222 Fr.# Davenport, Iowa (Central)
95 Brent Braaksma OL/TE 6-6 250 Jr.# Sheldon, Iowa (Sheldon)
95 William Judd DL 6-4 280 Jr. Bonita, California (Bonita Vista/Butte JC)
96 Mike McKnight* PK 6-2 209 Jr.# Fort Dodge, Iowa (Fort Dodge)
96 Paul Jarrett DL 6-4 230 Fr. Lincoln, Nebraska (Pius X)
97 Shawn Sangster DL 6-0 259 Fr.# Virginia Beach, Virginia (Salem)
98 Nigel Tharpe*** DL 6-3 290 Sr.# Detroit, Michigan (Redford)
98 Mitch Curtis PK 6-1 238 Fr.# Newton, Iowa (Newton)
99 Kevin DeRonde** DE 6-5 255 Jr.# Pella, Iowa (Pella)
99 Casey Baldwin P 6-2 212 Fr.# Perry, Iowa (Perry)

Coaching staff

Name Position Alma Mater (Year)
Dan McCarney Head Coach Iowa (1975)
Bob Elliott Assoc. Head Coach/Secondary & Special Teams Coordinator Iowa (1975)
Nick Quartaro Asst. Head Coach/Wide Receivers Iowa (1977)
John Skladany Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Central Connecticut State (1972)
Steve Loney Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Iowa State (1974)
Charlie Partridge Director/Football Operations Drake (1995)
Steve Brickey Quarterbacks Missouri (1976)
Mike Nelson Defensive Line Dayton (1969)
Tony Alford Running Backs Colorado State (1992)
Mike Woodley Tight Ends Northern Iowa (1974)
Mike Grant Linebackers Nebraska (1992)
Matt McGettigan Strength & Conditioning Luther (1987)

Player statistics

[37][38]

Passing

Note: Att= Attempts; Cmp= Completions; PCT= Percent; Yds = Yards; Tds = Touchdowns; Int = Interceptions

Player Att Cmp PCT Yds Tds Int
Sage Rosenfels 366 194 53.0 2608 10 12
Gerrin Scott 4 3 75.0 61 1 0
Ennis Haywood 1 1 100.0 11 0 0
Lane Danielsen 1 0 0.0 0 0 1
Team 4 0 0.0 0 0 0
Total 376 198 52.7 2680 11 13

Rushing

Note: Att= Attempts; Yds = Yards; AVG = Average; Tds = Touchdowns

Player Att Yds AVG Tds
Ennis Haywood 250 1311 5.2 8
Michael Wagner 86 398 4.6 5
Sage Rosenfels 87 363 4.2 10
J.J. Moses 19 150 7.9 2
Hiawatha Rutland 18 128 7.1 0
Joe Woodley 9 19 2.1 3
Jamaine Billups 1 3 3.0 0
Casey Baldwin 1 -2 -2.0 0
Gerrin Scott 4 -4 -1.0 0
Team 6 -11 -1.8 0
Total 481 2355 4.9 28

Receiving

Note: Rec= Receptions; Yds = Yards; AVG = Average; Tds = Touchdowns

Player Rec Yds AVG Tds
J.J. Moses 57 840 14.74 4
Chris Anthony 40 520 13.00 3
Mike Banks 27 278 12.30 0
Ennis Haywood 26 226 8.69 0
Craig Campbell 25 415 16.60 1
Lane Danielsen 8 184 23.00 2
Jamaul Montgomery 5 108 21.60 0
Kyle Knock 5 72 14.40 0
Michael Wagner 2 14 7.00 1
Josh Stensrud 1 8 8.00 0
Jack Whitver 1 8 8.00 0
Hiawatha Rutland 1 7 7.00 0
Total 198 2680 13.54 11

Scoring

Note: TDs = Touchdowns; Rush = Rushing; Rec = Receiving; Ret = Return; PTS = Points

Player TDs Rush Rec Ret PTS
Sage Rosenfels 10 10 0 0 60
Ennis Haywood 8 8 0 0 48
Michael Wagner 6 5 1 0 36
J.J. Moses 6 2 4 0 36
Chris Anthony 3 0 3 0 18
Lane Danielsen 3 0 2 1 18
Joe Woodley 3 3 0 0 18
Jamaine Billups 1 0 0 1 6
Craig Campbell 1 0 1 0 6
Jamarcus Powers 1 0 0 1 6
Marc Timmons 1 0 0 1 6
Total 43 28 11 4 258

Kicking

Note: Pat = Point after touchdown; FG = Field goal; PTS = Points

Player Pat FG PTS
Carl Gomez 16 8 40
Mike Mcknight 16 7 37
Total 32 15 77

Rankings

AP Poll

Iowa State did not receive any points in the previous AP polls until October 1, 2000.[39][40][41][42] On October 1, 2000 Iowa State received 5 points ranking them T-36th overall.[43] On October 8, 2000 Iowa State received 8 points ranking them 34th overall.[44] On October 15, 2000 Iowa State received 19 points ranking them 29th overall.[45] On October 22, 2000 Iowa State received 3 points ranking them 37th overall.[46] On October 29, 2000 Iowa State received 2 points ranking them T-36th overall.[47] On November 5, 2000 Iowa State did not receive any points.[48] On November 12, 2000 Iowa State received 6 points ranking them 33rd overall.[49] On November 19, 2000 Iowa State received 10 points ranking them 31st overall.[50] On November 26, 2000 Iowa State received 25 points ranking them 30th overall.[51] On December 3, 2000 Iowa State received 22 points ranking them 30th overall.[52] In the final poll Iowa State was ranked 25th with 188 points.[53]

Coaches Poll

Iowa State did not receive any points in the coaches poll until September 17, 2000.[54][55][56][57] On September 17, 2000 Iowa State received 4 points ranking them T-43rd.[58] On September 24, 2000 Iowa State received 7 points for a ranking of 39th.[59] On October 1, 2000 Iowa State received 37 points for a ranking of 31st.[60] On October 8, 2000 Iowa State received 22 points for a ranking of T-35th.[61] On October 15, 2000 Iowa State received 35 points for a ranking of 29th.[62] On October 22, 2000 Iowa State received 2 points for a ranking of T-39th.[63] On October 29, 2000 Iowa State received 16 points for a ranking of 33rd.[64] On November 5, 2000 Iowa State did not receive any points in the poll.[65] On November 12, 2000 Iowa State received 14 points for a ranking of 34th.[66] On November 19, 2000 Iowa State received 14 points for a ranking of T-31st.[67] On November 26, 2000 Iowa State received 28 points for a ranking of 30th.[68] On December 3, 2000 Iowa State received 29 points for a ranking of 30th.[69] On January 4, 2001 in the final poll of the year Iowa State received 225 points for a ranking of 23rd.[70]

BCS Poll

Iowa State was never ranked in the BCS poll.[71]

Week-by-week

Ranking Movement
Poll Pre Wk 1 Wk 2 Wk 3 Wk 4 Wk 5 Wk 6 Wk 7 Wk 8 Wk 9 Wk 10 Wk 11 Wk 12 Wk 13 Wk 14 Wk 15 Final
AP NR[72] NR NR NR NR NR RV RV RV RV RV NR RV RV RV RV 25
Coaches NR[73] NR NR NR RV RV RV RV RV RV RV NR RV RV RV RV 23
BCS Not released NR NR NR NR NR NR NR N/A

Awards

[2]

Award Name(s)
Reuben J. Miller Award Chris Anthony, WR
Al and Dean Knudson Award James Reed, DT
Bill Daily Award Doug Densmore, DB; Ryan Sloth, DB
Ralph Aulmann Memorial Award Chris Anthony, WR; Ryan Harklau, DL; Reggie Hayward, DE; Sage Rosenfels, QB
Dury Moss Award Lorenzo White, OG
Ray Scott Award Sage Rosenfels, QB; J.J. Moses, WR
Arthur Floyd Scott Award Ben Bruns, OL; Reggie Hayward, DL
Jim Doran Award Carl Gomez
The Consideration Award J.J. Moses, WR
Scout Team Players of The Year Brett Kellogg, LB; Eric Perry, QB
Sports Illustrated All-Bowl Team
All-American 1st Team
All-American 2nd Team
All-Big 12 1st team Ennis Haywood, RB; J.J. Moses, KR
All-Big 12 2nd team Ben Bruns, C; J.J. Moses, WR; Reggie Hayward, DE/OLB
All-Big 12 3rd team James Reed, DL; Jamarcus Powers, DB
All-Big 12 Honorable Mention Sage Rosenfels, QB; Chris Anthony, WR; Andy Stensrud, OL; Mike Banks, TE; Dustin Avey, DB
All-Big 12 Academic 1st team Dustin Avey, DB; Jordan Carstens, DL; Scott Davis, OL; Nick Hein, DB; Mike McKnight, PK; Sage Rosenfels, QB; Jamie Burkhead, DB; Adam Runk, DB; Ryan Sloth, DB; Eric Weiford, DL
All-Big 12 Academic 2nd team Ben Bruns, Craig Campbell, Lane Danielson, Marcel Howard
Big 12 player of the week QB Sage Rosenfels vs. Iowa, Sept. 16; RB Ennis Haywood vs. Baylor, Oct. 2

NFL players

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