On Monday afternoon, the Pac-12 announced its men's basketball all-conference teams for the 2011-12 season. The Colorado Buffaloes had a representative on the first feam, second team, all-freshmen team and all-defensive team.
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Here is the 2011-12 Pac-12 first team:
Allen Crabbe (California)
Jared Cunningham (Oregon State)
Kyle Fogg (Arizona)
Jorge Gutierrez (California)
Solomon Hill (Arizona)
Devoe Joseph (Oregon)
Brock Motum (Washington State)
Andre Roberson (Colorado)
Terrence Ross (Washington)
Tony Wroten (Washington)
Roberson, who is averaging 11.2 points and 11.2 rebounds per game this season, also made the all-defensive team. He's averaging 1.9 blocks per game this year.
Carlon Brown earned second-team Pac-12 honors, while Spencer Dinwiddie made the all-freshmen squad.
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