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College Football's 2013 Midseason All-America Team

Marcus Mariota is our pick for the top midseason quarterback.

The 2013 college football season features an awkward 15 week schedule, which creates a few scheduling headaches for some teams.

Some programs – Florida State and Baylor – have played just six games. However, Missouri, Oregon, Alabama, Texas Tech and Ohio State have all played seven games. And winless Western Michigan has already played in eight contests.

So with no clear midpoint of the season, Athlon Sports waited a week after most midseason All-America teams circulated to give all teams a chance to play six games.

As expected, Oregon’s Marcus Mariota is the top quarterback, but Florida State redshirt freshman Jameis Winston closed the gap with an impressive performance against Clemson.

While Mariota was a clear No. 1 selection at quarterback, some positions – wide receiver, defensive end, linebacker and safety – were more difficult to select the top players from.

College Football's 2013 Midseason All-America Team

 First TeamSecond Team
QBMarcus Mariota, Oregon Jameis Winston, Florida State
RBMelvin Gordon, Wisconsin Ka'Deem Carey, Arizona
RBLache Seastrunk, BaylorMike Davis, South Carolina
WRBrandin Cooks, Oregon StateJordan Matthews, Vanderbilt
WRMike Evans, Texas A&MAllen Robinson, Penn State
TEJace Amaro, Texas TechEric Ebron, North Carolina
CHroniss Grasu, OregonGabe Ikard, Oklahoma
GCyril Richardson, BaylorGabe Jackson, Miss. State
GDavid Yankey, StanfordXavier Su'a-Filo, UCLA
TJake Matthews, Texas A&MTyler Johnstone, Oregon
TCyrus Kouandjio, AlabamaJack Mewhort, Ohio State
DEVic Beasley, ClemsonShilique Calhoun, Michigan State
DEMichael Sam, MissouriLorenzo Mauldin, Louisville
DTAaron Donald, PittsburghDerrick Hopkins, Virginia Tech
DTLeonard Williams, USCTimmy Jernigan, Florida State
LBAnthony Barr, UCLAChris Borland, Wisconsin
LBC.J. Mosley, AlabamaKhalil Mack, Buffalo
LBKyle Van Noy, BYURyan Shazier, Ohio State
CBJason Verrett, TCUKyle Fuller, Virginia Tech
CBIfo Ekpre-Olomu, OregonLamarcus Joyner, Florida State
SDeone Bucannon, Wash. StateJimmie Ward, Northern Illinois
SCalvin Pryor, LouisvilleEd Reynolds, Stanford
Special Teams 
KMichael Hunnicutt, OklahomaAndy Phillips, Utah
PKirby Van Der Camp, Iowa StateZac Murphy, Miami (Ohio)
KRTy Montgomery, StanfordDuke Johnson, Miami
PRKevonte Martin-Manley, IowaBralon Addison, Oregon


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