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Sporting News Tabs James Preseason All-American
Tuesday, June 22, 12:30 p.m. PDT

Sophomore tailback LaMichael James has earned his second preseason All-American honor after being named to Sporting News' second team ahead of the 2010 college football season.

A third-team All-America and the offensive freshman of the year in the Pac-10 last season, the Texarkana, Texas product is the leading returning rusher in the conference after gaining 1,546 yards in his rookie year.

As a member of the Oregon track team this spring, James placed 5th in the Pac-10 championships at 100 meters and anchored the 4x100 relay to 4th place.

James was previously named a preseason second-team All-American by NationalChamps.net and first-team All-Pac-10 running back by Phil Steele Publications.


OREGON FOOTBALL PRESEASON HONOR ROLL
2010 Preseason All-Americans
LaMichael James, Second Team (NationalChamps.net, Sporting News)
Casey Matthews, Honorable Mention (NationalChamps.net)

Lombardi Award Watch List (outstanding lineman or linebacker)
Casey Matthews
Kenny Rowe
Bo Thran

Lott Trophy Watch List (defensive IMPACT player)
Casey Matthews
Kenny Rowe

Bronco Nagurski Trophy Watch List (nation's top defensive player)
Kenny Rowe

Outland Trophy Watch List (outstanding interior lineman)
Bo Thran

Rimington Trophy Watch List (Nation's top center)
Jordan Holmes

Preseason All-Pac-10
First Team
John Boyett (Phil Steele Publications)
LaMichael James (Phil Steele Publications)
Bo Thran (Phil Steele Publications)

Second Team
Brandon Bair (Phil Steele Publications)
Kenjon Barner, KR (Phil Steele Publications)
Jeff Maehl (Phil Steele Publications)
Casey Matthews (Phil Steele Publications)
Spencer Paysinger (Phil Steele Publications)
Kenny Rowe (Phil Steele Publications)
Carson York (Phil Steele Publications)

Third Team
Mark Asper (Phil Steele Publications)
Talmadge Jackson III (Phil Steele Publications)

Fourth Team
Cliff Harris (Phil Steele Publications)


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