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Yesterday, Texas quarterback Colt McCoy was named the AP’s Big 12 offensive player of the year. The AP also bestowed the conference best offensive player by granting him to second-team All-Big 12 honors. The AP decided that Oklahoma’s Sam Bradford was the best quarterback in the conference, even better than the best offensive player, another quarterback.
Texas Tech quarterback Graham Harrell was the only other quarterback to get a vote from the 20 voters who decided the AP’s Big 12 all-conference teams. Harrell picked up four votes — one for first team and three for second team. Thus, the race swung on whether Harrell voters picked McCoy or Bradford as their second choice.
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Side note: The best QBs in the Big 12 — McCoy, Bradford, Harrell, and Mizzou’s Chase Daniel — are collectively better than the quarterbacks in the NFC North.