It's college football awards night. You can wait to learn about each one on TV, or you can head over to the mothership's college football awards stream and start finding out right now. First up: the 2011 Walter Camp All-American Team, which features a first-team appearance by outside linebacker Jarvis Jones and second-team spots for tight end Orson Charles and safety Bacarri Rambo.
Jones finished the year with 13.5 sacks, good for second in the nation and first among all linebackers. He made his presence known when he brought down John Brantley four times in Georgia's win over the Florida Gators. In other amusing news, Charlie Weis is the new head coach of the Kansas Jayhawks.
Charles led all SEC tight ends in receptions, finishing seventh in the conference overall. He was topped on the Camp team by only Tyler Eifert, who finished with 57 catches. Rambo tied for second in the country in interceptions.
Here's the complete 2011 team, though various other media outlets will release various other All-American teams: