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The 2010 Lindy’s Football Preview has picked the Alabama Crimson Tide to repeat as national champions with Boise State picked as the No. 2 team in the preseason rankings. The two teams enter the season with 14-game winning streaks, the longest in the nation. They are followed by Rose Bowl champion Ohio State as No. 3, Texas at No. 4 and Florida at No. 5.

Individually, Ohio State seniors Cameron Heyward and Justin Boren were chosen as second team All-Americans on each side of the ball.

The complete preseason Top 25 as picked by Lindy’s is:
1. Alabama
2. Boise State
3. Ohio State
4. Texas
5. Florida
6. Wisconsin
7. TCU
8. Virginia Tech
9. Oklahoma
10. Iowa
11. Nebraska
12. USC
13. North Carolina
14. Pittsburgh
15. Oregon
16. Arkansas
17. Georgia Tech
18. LSU
19. West Virginia
20. Miami
21. Georgia
22. Cincinnati
23. Houston
24. Penn State
25. Utah

Lindy’s All-America Offensive Team

First team Second team
QB Kellen Moore 6-0 187 Jr. Boise State Ryan Mallett 6-7 238 Jr. Arkansas
RB Mark Ingram 5-10 215 Jr. Alabama Jacquizz Rodgers 5-7 188 Jr. Oregon State
RB Dion Lewis 5-8 195 So. Pittsburgh Noel Devine 5-8 175 Sr. West Virginia
WR Michael Floyd 6-3 220 Jr. Notre Dame Jonathan Baldwin 6-5 225 Jr. Pittsburgh
WR A.J. Green 6-4 205 Jr. Georgia Julio Jones 6-4 211 Jr. Alabama
TE Kyle Rudolph 6-6 265 Jr. Notre Dame Lance Kendricks 6-4 239 Sr. Wisconsin
C Mike Pouncey 6-4 310 Sr. Florida Kristopher O’Dowd 6-5 300 Sr. USC
OL Rodney Hudson 6-2 285 Sr. Florida State Justin Boren 6-3 320 Sr. Ohio State
OL Stefen Wisniewski 6-3 297 Sr. Penn State John Moffitt 6-5 323 Sr. Wisconsin
OL Gabe Carimi 6-7 315 Sr. Wisconsin Nate Solder 6-9 300 Sr. Colorado
OL Anthony Castonzo 6-7 295 Sr. Boston College Matt Reynolds 6-6 329 Jr. BYU
PK Kai Forbath 6-0 192 Sr. UCLA PK Blair Walsh 5-10 185 Jr. Georgia

Lindy’s All-America Defensive Team

First team Second team
DL Adrian Clayborn 6-3 282 Sr. Iowa Cameron Heyward 6-5 288 Sr. Ohio State
DL Greg Romeus 6-6 270 Sr. Pittsburgh Robert Quinn 6-5 260 Jr. North Carolina
DL Stephen Paea 6-1 311 Sr. Oregon State Jeremy Beal 6-3 261 Sr. Oklahoma
DL Jared Crick 6-6 285 Jr. Nebraska Allen Bailey 6-4 288 Sr. Miami
LB Greg Jones 6-1 228 Sr. Michigan State Travis Lewis 6-2 232 Sr. Oklahoma
LB Von Miller 6-3 240 Sr. Texas A&M Dont’a Hightower 6-4 260 Jr. Alabama
LB Quan Sturdivant 6-2 230 Jr. North Carolina Luke Kuechly 6-3 225 So. Boston College
CB Patrick Peterson 6-1 211 Jr. LSU Kendric Burney 5-9 180 Sr. North Carolina
CB Prince Amukamara 6-1 205 Sr. Nebraska Stephon Gilmore 6-1 188 So South Carolina
S Rahim Moore 6-1 195 Jr. UCLA Mark Barron 6-2 210 Jr. Alabama
S DeAndre McDaniel 6-1 210 Sr. Clemson Tyler Sash 6-1 210 Jr. Iowa
P Drew Butler 6-2 203 Jr. Georgia Chas Henry 6-3 222 Sr. Florida