LEXINGTON, Ky. — Kentucky's Lynn Bowden, Jr. and Max Duffy have been named midseason All-Americans by the Associated Press.
Bowden was named to the first team as an all-purpose player after doing almost everything for the Wildcats this season. He leads the SEC and is 6th in the country in all-purpose yards with 149 yards per game. He's thrown, run, caught and returned punts and kicks this season for Kentucky. He's coming off a game where he started at quarterback throwing for 78 yards and running for 196 with 3 touchdowns.
Duffy was on the second team. The junior from Perth, Australia leads the nation in punting with a 50.4 yard per kick average.