Lofton, Robinson Consensus All-Americans

Oklahoma's Curtis Lofton and Duke Robinson have been racking up post-season honors by the armload. Earlier this week, it was announced both Sooners are among 28 consensus All-Americans announced by the NCAA.

University of Oklahoma junior Curtis Lofton and Duke Robinson earned enough points to be named consensus All-Americans this week by the NCAA.

The two Sooners were among 28 nationally to earn the honor.

Lofton, a middle linebacker, had 141 tackles for the Sooners.

Robinson played offensive guard.

The NCAA Consensus All-America Football Team features 14 players both offense and defense. The players listed had the majority of votes competing against players at that position only.

A point system is used to determine the team, which is selected from among the All-America teams from five different organizations: American Football Coaches Association, Associated Press, Foobtall Writers Association of America, The Sporting News and Walter Camp Foundation.

Three points were awarded for being selected to a first team, two points for second team and one point for being named to third team.

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