Sean Merriman, web editor, December 11, 2014

With the 2014 college football regular season in the books and bowl games just around the corner, both USA TODAY and CBS Sports released their All-American teams on Thursday.

Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon, Indiana running back Tevin Coleman, Iowa offensive lineman Brandon Scherff, and Ohio State defensive end Joey Bosa were honored as first-team All-Americans by both USA Today and CBS Sports.

Gordon and Coleman finished the regular season as the top two rushers in the nation. Scherff paved the way for an Iowa offense that ranked among the best in the Big Ten, while Bosa led the Big Ten with 13.5 sacks this season.

Michigan State offensive lineman Jack Allen was named a first-team All-American by USA Today, while OSU defensive tackle Michael Bennett received first-team honors from CBS Sports.

Minnesota tight end Maxx Williams received second-team All-American honors by both USA Today and CBS Sports. Williams hauled in 29 catches for 471 yards and seven touchdowns for the Gophers this season.

Wisconsin offensive lineman Rob Havenstein, Penn State linebacker Mike Hull, Michigan State safety Kurtis Drummond, Maryland kicker Brad Craddock, and Nebraska punt returner De'Mornay Pierson-El were named second-team All-Americans by USA Today.

Nebraska running back Ameer Abdullah was named a second-team All-American by CBS Sports.

Here is a complete list of USA Today and CBS Sports' first and second team All-American selections.