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    SLC Announces All-Time Football Team
    Quarterback Jeremy Moses was voted the SLC's all-time quarterback for 50th anniversary football team.
    Quarterback Jeremy Moses was voted the SLC's all-time quarterback for 50th anniversary football team.

    Nov. 24, 2013

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    FRISCO, Texas - The Southland Conference, as part of its year-long 50th Anniversary commemoration, has announced its all-time football team. The squad features many of the finest collegiate and professional athletes to play the game, including 2010 Walter Payton Award winner Jeremy Moses being voted as the league's all-time quarterback. MidSouth Bank, the official banking partner of the SLC, is the presenting sponsor of the All-Time Team.

    A blue-ribbon panel of approximately 50 individuals with coaching, administrative and media expertise in the league led the balloting process, and hundreds of fans were also involved in a portion of voting through the SLC's Facebook page. The overall balloting included an illustrious group of more than 200 outstanding former and current student-athletes and 15 legendary coaches that have patrolled Southland sidelines.

    "We're very proud of the Southland Conference's legacy as one of the nation's finest college football leagues during the past half-century," Commissioner Tom Burnett said. "The quality of the overall list of nominated student-athletes and coaches throughout our five decades was spectacular by itself, and the final selections truly show the superior quality and competitive success we've been very proud of for a long time."

    Split between first and second teams, the overall group of honorees includes student-athletes that accumulated 114 first-team All-SLC honors and 55 first-team All-American accolades. Additionally, all-time team members have combined to play 270 NFL seasons, 29 of them were NFL Draft choices, and collectively, all-time team members made a total of 16 Super Bowl appearances.

    Stephen F. Austin, a four-time Southland champion, had four first-team picks, including quarterback Jeremy Moses (2007-10), the SLC's all-time leading passer (13,401 yards) and 2010 Walter Payton Award recipient. Other Lumberjacks on the first team were linebacker Jeremiah Trotter (1995-97), punter Chad Stanley (1996-98) and return specialist Gralyn Crawford (2009-12).

    The league also announced an all-time second team to complement the first-team picks, which included SFA's Larry Centers (1987-89) and Cordell Roberson (2009-12).


    Jeremy Moses (2007-10) was voted the Southland's all-time quarterback after he became the league's first-ever Walter Payton Award recipient in 2010, awarded annually to the best player in NCAA Division I FCS. The Southland's 2009 Co-Player and 2010 Player of the Year, Moses was also a consensus first-team All-American in 2010, earning spots on the AFCA, AP, Walter Camp and Sports Network squads. He was also the SLC's 2008, 2009 and 2010 passing leader, and the 2009 and 2010 total offense leader. Moses holds league career marks with 2,034 offensive plays, 13, 401 passing yards, 13,201 yards of total offense, 1,184 passing completions, 1,893 passing attempts, 121 touchdown passes, and holds five other Southland game and season passing records. Entering the 2013 season, Moses still held 10 NCAA FCS national passing records.

    Jeremiah Trotter (1995-97) leads the group of linebackers voted to the all-time team. A first-team All-SLC pick in 1996 and 1997, Trotter was also selected as the 1994 Freshman of the Year. He was tabbed as a first-team All-American in 1996 by the AFCA, Walter Camp and The Sports Network. In 1998, he was a third round draft choice of the Philadelphia Eagles, and went on to an 11-year NFL career with the Eagles, Washington Redskins and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Trotter participated in Super Bowl XXXIX, and was a four-time Pro Bowl selection during his career.

    Punter Chad Stanley (1996-98) earned the vote to the all-time team after a pair of first-team all-conference seasons in 1997 and 1998. Stanley also earned first-team All-American honors in 1998 by the AFCA, Associated Press, Walter Camp, The Sports Network and USA Today/ESPN. He went on to play eight seasons with the NFL's San Francisco 49ers, Arizona Cardinals and Houston Texans.

    Gralyn Crawford (2009-12) was voted to the all-time team as return specialist. A 2010 All-SLC first-team selection, Crawford holds the Southland's career mark with four returned kickoffs for touchdowns, and his career mark of 25.35 yards per kick return is second best in conference history. He was a first-team All-American in 2010 (AP, Walter Camp, Sports Network) and 2011 (Sports Network) as a kick returner.