Posted by Chip Patterson
The time between the final conference championship games and the opening of the postseason is filled with honoring the performances of the year and previewing the bowl games ahead. CBSSports.com's Eye on College Football Blogger Bryan Fischer sits down with Adam Aizer to break down the CBSSports.com All-American teams. The two discuss some of the most heated positions on the list, like whether or not Tryann Mathieu should have gotten the First Team nod as a punt returner.
As the mind behind CBSSports.com's Eye on Recruiting, Bryan also explains the reasoning behind the Freshman All-American squad. Finally, the pair take some time to preview the bowl schedule. Which games they can't wait to see, and which games they can't wait to see end.
[Click here to check out the CBSSports.com All-American Teams and the Freshman All-American team]
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PODCAST: All-Americans and Best/Worst Bowls
Posted on: December 9, 2011 11:54 am
Edited on: December 16, 2011 11:18 am
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