Talk:Washington State Cougars football

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First Team All-America[edit]

I removed Deone Bucannon from the table depicting Consensus First Team All-America because he does not qualify under the term "consensus. Only one selector organization, the Associated Press (AP)voted him as First Team All-America in 2013. In order to achieve the "consensus" honor, at least three of the following selector organizations (AP, AFCA, FWAA, Sporting News, and the WCFF)had to have voted him as their First Team All-America selection. If all five selected him, he would have received "unanimous consensus".