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Mike Wilson on 6/24/2014 @ 11:24am EST Said:

You ask who you missed? Perhaps a second OG?

    Brent Yarina, BTN.com Senior Editor on 6/24/2014 @ 11:59am EST Said:

    Apologies, we had Joel Foreman and Spencer Long included in the photo gallery, but somehow left off Long’s name on the list of players by position. This has been fixed. Thank you!

Phil Whitsel on 6/24/2014 @ 1:08pm EST Said:

Cousins is an excellent selection, but it’s awfully hard to look past the record-setting offensive juggernaut that Denard Robinson was.

Scott on 6/24/2014 @ 1:30pm EST Said:

Punt returner, kickoff returner, field goal kicker? (I figure that punter would go on the defense list)

    Brent Yarina, BTN.com Senior Editor on 6/24/2014 @ 1:34pm EST Said:

    Scott – The “punter” is Northwestern record-setting kicker Jeff Budzien. Thanks.

Doug on 6/24/2014 @ 4:39pm EST Said:

Phil, Denard did abosutely nothing vs the good teams he faced, but yes, he did set a lot of records at michigan

Mary Brennan on 6/24/2014 @ 8:12pm EST Said:

Taylor Martinez broke most of the offensive records while at Nebraska. Think what you will, but he was a definite game changer. Ask Michigan State (2012), Northwestern (2012), Ohio State (2011) and Wisconsin (2012) about how Taylor Martinez changed the outcomes of those games. He will be missed and hopefully remembered for his many contributions to the Huskers. GBR!

Iron Wizard on 6/25/2014 @ 1:44am EST Said:

ND, OSU, Nebraska, even Penn State and Iowa all hated him for all the headaches he gave them. Bama and MSU’s defense had their way with him. nobody else did

Adam on 6/25/2014 @ 4:18am EST Said:

I would have Rex over Ameer

JMac on 6/25/2014 @ 3:03pm EST Said:

I guess the question is do you base this on record or records?

It seems about right, although a case could be made for Jack Allen at center and BJ Cunningham at WR.

Scott on 6/25/2014 @ 5:01pm EST Said:

If the divisions had continued for this year, Jack Allen over Molk would have been a lock. I mean, he was already better than Molk, but another year would have clinched it.

motownwalt on 6/26/2014 @ 2:48am EST Said:

Hmm … Michigan never won a Legends Division title, but you still have three of their players on the all-Legends Offense team. Guess individual contributions are still trumped by better team play … since MSU earned two of the three Legends titles, and had the same number of players on this team…?