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Your Big 12 All Conference Team: Defensive End

We've got two Longhorns as defensive tackles so let's see who winds up at defensive end. Look at the candidates and then make your selection using the poll in the right sidebar. We'll take the two with the highest number of votes for our All-Conference Team.

That said, when it comes to quality experience in the conference the selections are pretty slim.

Russell Brorsen - Kansas
Last Season:
Had 33 total tackles including 22 solo stops and 11 assists... Ranked fifth on the team with six tackles-for-loss... Finished third on the team with four quarterback sacks... Ranked third on the team with six quarterback hurries... Led the team with three fumble recoveries including two in the game against Kansas State.
Ian Campbell - Kansas State
Last Season:
Earned consensus first team All-Big 12 honors from the league's coaches, The Associated Press, Kansas City Star, Dallas Morning News, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Houston Chronicle and San Antonio Express-News... Named Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year by the Houston Chronicle... Semi-finalist for the Hendricks Award... Honorable metion All-American by CNN/SI.com... Finished third on the team in total tackles with 67 and led the Wildcats in both tackles for losses (17.5) and sacks (11.5)... Tackle total ranked No. 1 among all Big 12 defensive linemen.
Marque Fountain - Oklahoma State
Last Season:
Ended the season with 35 tackles to rank second among defensive linemen and tops among the defensive linemen that return for 2007 ... He led Oklahoma State and ranked sixth in the Big 12 with 13 tackles behind the line of scrimmage ... Credited with 4.5 quarterback sacks for the third best total at OSU ... Also led OSU with six quarterback hurries.
Geoff Nelson - Baylor
Last Season:
Finished ninth on the squad in tackles with 36 (14 solos) and had four tackles for loss to tie for fifth on team ... Also had team-high 2.5 sacks and two quarterback hurries ... Nine multi-tackle games in 12 starts ... Had a career-high seven tackles (two solos), including two for loss, vs. No. 22 TCU in first career start.