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First Team: Amba Etta-Tawo, Syracuse
Zack Mahoney's favorite target spent an afternoon in the end zone.
Amba Etta-Tawo obliterated Pitt's secondary for 13 receptions, 178 yards and five touchdowns during Syracuse's loss. He scored from five, seven, 12, 13 and 49 yards out.
The Orange ended their season at 4-8, and Etta-Tawo shattered school records with 94 catches and 1,482 yards.
First Team: Richie James, Middle Tennessee
Richie James is one of the best receivers outside of the national spotlight, but he did a whole lot of everything else Saturday.
A broken collarbone ended quarterback Brent Stockstill's season, and backup John Urzua left Middle Tennessee's game against Florida Atlantic in the first quarter. So, the Blue Raiders played the rest of the outing with James and others taking snaps.
James rushed for 203 yards, grabbed four receptions for 120 yards, completed 5-of-6 passes for 76 yards and accounted for four touchdowns in a ridiculous 77-56 victory.
Second Team: Anthony Miller, Memphis
Coaching rumors surrounded Tom Herman and Houston, but it's not Memphis' job to apologize. Anthony Miller reeled in 15 passes for 169 yards and two trips to the end zone, both of which were go-ahead scores. The second touchdown put the Tigers up 48-44 with 19 seconds remaining.
Second Team: Linell Bonner, Houston
On the other side of the shootout, Linell Bonner also nabbed a go-ahead touchdown. His team didn't win, but he still accumulated massive numbers. Bonner racked up a career-best 17 catches for 235 yards, the nation's highest marks in Week 13.