Below is the 2012 midseason All-America Team in college football, voted on by staff, writers and bloggers from CBSSports.com. Alabama highlights the list with five players, including three on the offensive line.
The SEC had the most players overall with 12, while the Pac-12 was second with six players, inlcuding Oregon and Utah with two players each.
Offense -- QB: Collin Klein, Kansas State; RB: Ka'Deem Carey, Arizona; Beau Blankenship, Ohio; WR: Terrance Williams, Baylor; Tavon Austin, West Virginia, Quinton Patton, Louisiana Tech; TE: Tyler Eifert, Notre Dame; OT: Taylor Lewan, Michigan; Tyler Johnstone, Oregon; OG: Cyril Richardson, Baylor; Lane Taylor, Oklahoma State; C: Joe Madsen, West Virginia.
Defense -- DE: Scott Crichton, Oregon State; Morgan Breslin, USC; DT: Stephon Tuitt, Notre Dame; Kawann Short, Purdue; LB: Kyle Van Noy, BYU; Arthur Brown, Kansas State; Anthony Barr, UCLA; CB: Jordan Poyer, Oregon State; Bradley Roby, Ohio State; S: Kenny Vaccaro, Texas; Eric Reid, LSU.
Special Teams -- K: Caleb Sturgis, Florida; P: Ryan Allen, Louisiana Tech; KR: Tavon Austin, West Virginia; PR: Ace Sanders, South Carolina; All-Purpose: Venric Mark, Northwestern.