The Associated Press unveiled the 2012 AP All-American teams today, but you will not find any Penn State players on the list this year. So, cue the perhaps unnecessary outrage if you choose.
On offense you will see Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Johnny Manziel headlining your first team AP All-American offense, joined by the Big Ten's Montee Ball (Wisconsin) at running back and protected by Michigan's Taylor Lewan. Honestly, when you look through the first, second and third team offensive All-Americans on this list, it is hard to argue a Penn State player should have received a nod over any, and that includes sophomore wide receiver Allen Robinson.
Should one of Penn State's top linebackers have received more consideration to be included on the list this year? You can make a case that at least one should have been included, but in a strong year for linebackers it really is hard to get too worked up about it.
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