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Lynn Bowden named to ESPN’s 2019-20 College Football All-Bowl Team

Following his record-breaking performance in the Belk Bowl, Lynn Bowden Jr. has been named to ESPN’s 2019-20 College Football All-Bowl Team.

Bowden, who finished with 233 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 34 rushing attempts to go with 73 yards and a touchdown through the air in an MVP effort, was named to the All-Bowl Team as an All-Purpose selection.

ESPN highlighted Bowden shattering Johnny Manziel’s bowl game record for rushing yards by a quarterback as a key reason for the honor.

AP: Lynn Bowden Jr., Kentucky: The receiver-turned-quarterback and Hornung Award winner broke Johnny Manziel’s bowl game record for quarterback rushing yards, with 233, and threw the winning touchdown pass to lift the Wildcats over Virginia Tech in the Belk Bowl.

Check out the entire All-Bowl Team list, featuring the likes of Joe Burrow (LSU), Ja’Marr Chase (LSU), and Jerry Jeudy (Alabama), among others:

Offense

  • QB: Joe Burrow, LSU
  • RB: J.K. Dobbins, Ohio State
  • RB: Journey Brown, Penn State
  • WR: Justin Jefferson and Ja’Marr Chase, LSU
  • WR: George Pickens, Georgia
  • WR: Jerry Jeudy, Alabama
  • WR: Tyler Johnson, Minnesota
  • OL: Saahdiq Charles, LSU
  • OL: Samuel Cosmi, Texas
  • OL: Wyatt Davis, Ohio State
  • OL: Trey Smith, Tennessee
  • OL: Charlie Heck, North Carolina
  • AP: Lynn Bowden Jr., Kentucky

Defense

  • DL: A.J. Epenesa, Iowa
  • DL: Kenny Willekes, Michigan State
  • DL: Kobe Jones, Mississippi State
  • LB: Patrick Queen, LSU
  • LB: Joseph Ossai, Texas
  • LB: Micah Parsons, Penn State
  • LB: Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, Notre Dame
  • CB: Jeff Okudah, Ohio State
  • CB: Elijah Molden, Washington
  • CB: Derek Stingley Jr., LSU
  • S: Richard LeCounte, Georgia
  • S: Brady Breeze, Oregon
  • AP: Isaiah Simmons, Clemson

Special teams

  • K: Riley Patterson, Memphis
  • P: Anthony Beck II, Georgia Southern
  • KR/PR: Aron Cruickshank, Wisconsin

(ESPN)

Article written by Jack Pilgrim

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