2010 Mizzou Tigers All-Season Team: Offense

The game against McNeese State winning the vote for Henry Josey's best game? I'm sure we're all about as shocked as SleepyFloyd7 is in the gold hat in this Bill Carter photo.

The results are in from the voting for Mizzou's All-Season Offense, ranging from the obvious (Josey vs. McNeese) to the not-so-obvious (Egnew vs. San Diego State). Here's who you voted to this year's All-Season Offense.

Blaine Gabbert
Winner: vs. Texas A&M (52 percent)
Runner-up: vs. Oklahoma (31 percent)

James Franklin
Winner: vs. Colorado (35 percent)
Runner-up: vs. Oklahoma (33 percent)

DeVion Moore
Winner: vs. Oklahoma (76 percent)
Runner-up: vs. Illinois (12 percent)

Henry Josey
Winner: vs. McNeese State (91 percent)
Runner-up: vs. Oklahoma (6 percent)

Kendial Lawrence
Winner: at Texas Tech (56 percent)
Runner-up: vs. Kansas (36 percent)

Marcus Murphy
Winner: at Texas Tech (87 percent)
Runner-up: vs. Miami (8 percent)

T.J. Moe
Winner: vs. San Diego State (69 percent)
Runner-up: vs. Iowa (24 percent)

Michael Egnew
Winner: vs. San Diego State (42 percent)
Runner-up: vs. Colorado (21 percent)

Jerrell Jackson
Winner: vs. Oklahoma (94 percent)
Runner-up: vs. Iowa (3 percent)

Wes Kemp
Winner: at Texas A&M (92 percent)
Runner-up: vs. Iowa (3 percent)

Offensive Line
Winner: vs. Oklahoma (71 percent)
Runner-up: vs. Miami (8 percent)

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