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Texas A&M Kicker And Lou Groza Award Winner Randy Bullock Named First-Team AP All-American

Texas A&M senior Randy Bullock has cemented his senior year with the type of awards that every kicker dreams of finishing their collegiate career with. First, it was winning the Lou Groza award on Thursday for being the nation's best kicker. Now, he can add "All-American" to his resume.

Bullock, along with 24 of the finest college football players across the country made the cut on the Associated Press All-American First Team.

The NCAA all-time leader in passing yards, Houston Cougars quarterback Case Keenum, was not named on any of the AP's three All-America teams. No non-BCS players made the first-team, and only four made the second team.

National championship participants LSU Tigers and Alabama Crimson Tide placed a combined seven players on the AP All-America First Team.

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