SI's All-Bowl Team Here are the 24 players--and one coach--who shone brightest in the postseason

January 13, 2003

LINEBACKER
JEFF MACK
SR. * WISCONSIN
Seemed to always be around the ball and had nine tackles (three
for losses) in Alamo Bowl win over Colorado

STRONG SAFETY
MIKE DOSS
SR. * OHIO STATE
Hard-hitting Buckeye was key in title-game upset, and his 35-yard
interception return set up Ohio State's first TD

LINEBACKER
GERALD HAYES
SR. * PITTSBURGH
His 11 tackles in Insight Bowl were instrumental in shutting down
Oregon State

FREE SAFETY
ROD JOHNSON
SR. * N.C. STATE
His three interceptions in Gator Bowl shellacking of Notre Dame
tripled his career total

LINEBACKER
E.J. HENDERSON
SR. * MARYLAND
Best player on the field in Peach Bowl rout of Tennessee, with 12
solo tackles, including four for losses; two sacks; and a forced
fumble

CORNERBACK
ANDRE WOOLFOLK
SR. * OKLAHOMA
Came up big in Rose Bowl victory, preventing a touchdown with an
interception and blocking a field goal

DEFENSIVE END
TERRELL SUGGS
JR. * ARIZONA STATE
Showed he was nation's best defensive player with two sacks,
increasing his NCAA-season-record total to 24, in Holiday Bowl
loss to Kansas State

DEFENSIVE TACKLE
BOBBY HAMMER
SR. * BOISE STATE
Spearheaded Humanitarian Bowl victory over Iowa State with 10
tackles, including two for losses

DEFENSIVE TACKLE
KENNY PETERSON
SR. * OHIO STATE
Had five tackles, including two sacks, and one forced fumble for
defense that stultified Miami

DEFENSIVE END
CORY REDDING
SR. * TEXAS
Had four tackles, including a sack that led to his fourth forced
fumble of the season, in Cotton Bowl win

CORNERBACK
TERENCE NEWMAN
SR. * KANSAS STATE
Do-it-all Wildcat had 10 tackles, 47 yards as receiver and a
27-yard punt return that set up winning TD in Holiday
Bowl

WIDE RECEIVER
JASON ANDERSON
SO. * WAKE FOREST
His scoring catches of 57 and 63 yards capped Deacons' aerial
show in Seattle Bowl rout of Oregon

LEFT TACKLE
STEVE SCIULLO
SR. * MARSHALL
The 6'6", 325-pound Sciullo gave Byron Leftwich plenty of time to
pass for 249 yards in impressive GMAC Bowl win over Louisville

LEFT GUARD
ERIC TORRES
JR. * USC
Blocking of the 6'5", 310-pound Torres was a major reason Trojans
had 550 offensive yards in Orange Bowl victory over Iowa

CENTER
BEN NOWLAND
SR. * AUBURN
Leader of line that paved way for Ronnie Brown's 184 rushing
yards in upset of Penn State in Capital One Bowl

RIGHT GUARD
REX RICHARDS
SR. * TEXAS TECH
Red Raiders racked up 555 yards, many of them behind this 6'4",
331-pound bull, in Tangerine Bowl romp over Clemson

RIGHT TACKLE
JON STINCHCOMB
SR. * GEORGIA
Stinchcomb & Co. gave tailback Musa Smith gaping holes to run
through in Sugar Bowl win over Florida State

TIGHT END
KELLEN WINSLOW
SO. * MIAMI
Ohio State had an answer for everything but Winslow, who had 11
catches in the title game

RUNNING BACK
WALI LUNDY
FR. * VIRGINIA
Unstoppable in Continental Tire Bowl victory over West Virginia,
with four touchdowns (two rushing, two receiving)

QUARTERBACK
CARSON PALMER
SR. * USC
There was no Heisman jinx for Palmer, who outfoxed a tough Iowa D
in Orange Bowl, passing for 303 yards and a TD

RUNNING BACK
CHRIS PERRY
JR. * MICHIGAN
Outback Bowl was a good time for a career game: 85 rushing yards
for four touchdowns, plus 108 yards on six receptions

WIDE RECEIVER
ROY WILLIAMS
JR. * TEXAS
Made the most of four catches in Cotton Bowl win over LSU, with
142 yards and two touchdowns

COACH
JIM TRESSEL Ohio State
Brought a confident, expertly prepared team that executed his
no-nonsense game plan to perfection in the Fiesta Bowl, helping
the Buckeyes win their first national title since 1968

KICKER
DAN NYSTROM Sr. * Minnesota
Best offensive weapon for Gophers in Music City Bowl win over
Arkansas, with five field goals, including a 45-yarder

PUNTER
NATE FIKSE Sr. * UCLA
Averaged 44.9 yards per punt (dropping four inside the 20) and
kicked field goals of 39 and 49 yards in Las Vegas Bowl win over
New Mexico

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