Corey Clement is a first team All-Big Ten honoree after ranking third in the conference in rushing yards.
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Wisconsin Badgers running back Corey Clement and left tackle Ryan Ramczyk were named first-team All-Big Ten winners Wednesday afternoon.
Clement was the coaches' choice for the first team, while the media voters opted for Penn State's Saquon Barkley, naming Clement to the second team.
Clement ranked third in the Big Ten with 1,140 rushing yards, trailing only Barkley and Northwestern's Justin Jackson.
Ramczyk was named to the first team by both the coaches and media members, while guard Beau Benzschawel and tight end Troy Fumagali were both named to the coaches' second team and the conference media's third team.
A transfer from UW-Steven's Point in his first season at Wisconsin, Ramczyk has helped the Badgers rush for 201.5 yards per game this season, a figure that ranks fourth in the conference..
Center Michael Dieter and wide receiver Jazz Peavy earned honorable mentions.