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1982 All-SEC football team

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1982 All-SEC football team

The 1982 All-SEC football team consists of American football players selected to the All-Southeastern Conference (SEC) chosen by various selectors for the 1982 college football season.

Contents

  • Offensive selections 1
    • Receivers 1.1
    • Tight ends 1.2
    • Tackles 1.3
    • Guards 1.4
    • Centers 1.5
    • Quarterbacks 1.6
    • Running backs 1.7
  • Defensive selections 2
    • Ends 2.1
    • Tackles 2.2
    • Middle guards 2.3
    • Linebackers 2.4
    • Backs 2.5
  • Special teams 3
    • Kicker 3.1
    • Punter 3.2
  • Key 4
  • See also 5
  • References 6

Offensive selections

Receivers

Tight ends

Tackles

  • Joe Beazley, Alabama (AP-1)
  • Lance Smith, LSU (AP-1)
  • Jimmy Harper, Georgia (UPI)
  • Pat Phenix, Ole Miss (UPI)

Guards

  • Wayne Harris, Miss. St. (AP-1, UPI)
  • David Jordan, Auburn (AP-1)
  • Steve Mott, Alabama (UPI)

Centers

Quarterbacks

Running backs

Defensive selections

Ends

Tackles

  • Ramsey Dardar, LSU (AP-1, UPI)
  • Doug Smith, Auburn (AP-1)
  • Jimmy Payne, Georgia (UPI)
  • Billy Jackson, Miss. St. (UPI)

Middle guards

  • Dowe Aughtman, Auburn (AP-1)

Linebackers

  • Tommy Thurson, Georgia (AP-1, UPI)
  • Al Richardson, LSU (AP-1, UPI)
  • Wilber Marshall, Florida (AP-1, UPI)

Backs

Special teams

Kicker

Punter

Key

AP = Associated Press[1]

UPI = United Press International[2]

Bold = Consensus first-team selection by both AP and UPI

See also

References

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  2. ^
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