In celebration of the 150th anniversary of college football, the Walk-On’s Independence Bowl have named the game's all-time team by position. The Walk On's Independence Bowl has been going on for 44 years, and the team is made up of player who have graced the Indy Bowl over the years.

OFFENSE

Quarterback

• Eli Manning (Ole Miss, 2002)

Running Back

• Kevin Faulk (LSU, 1995 & 1997)

• Deuce McAllister (Ole Miss, 1998 & 1999)

Wide Receiver

• Eddie Kennison (LSU, 1995)

• Isaiah Ford (Virginia Tech, 2015) Tight End

• Jaylen Samuels (NC State, 2016) Offensive Line

• Willie Roaf (Louisiana Tech, 1990)

• Flozell Adams (Michigan State, 1995)

• Alan Faneca (LSU, 1995 & 1997)

• Pork Chop Womack (Mississippi State, 2000)

DEFENSE

Defensive Line

• Ray Childress (Texas A&M, 1981)

• Bruce Smith (Virginia Tech, 1984)

• Gabe Northern (LSU, 1995)

• Von Miller (Texas A&M, 2009)

Linebacker

• Lovie Smith (Tulsa, 1976)

• Otis Wilson (Louisville, 1977)

• Takeo Spikes (Auburn, 1996)

Defensive Back

• Leonard Smith (McNeese State, 1980)

• Scott Thomas (Air Force, 1983 & 1984)

• Antonio Banks (Virginia Tech, 1993)

• Roy Williams (Oklahoma, 1999)

• Weldon Brown (Louisiana Tech, 2008)

SPECIALISTS & COACHES

Kicker

• David Hardy (Texas A&M, 1981)

Punter

• Terry McFarland (McNeese State, 1976)

Kick & Punt Returner

• Eddie Kennison (LSU, 1995)

Head Coach

• David Cutcliffe (Ole Miss, 1998, 1999 & 2002 / Duke, 2018)

David Cutcliffe is the Independence Bowl's winning-est coach with a record of 4-0 in four appearances -three with Ole Miss and one with Duke. Some of the most prominent and recognizable names have coached in the Independence Bowl throughout the game's 43-year history. Other coaches receiving votes were Jack Doland (McNeese State, 1980), Frank Beamer (Virginia Tech, 1993 and 2015), Nick Saban (Michigan State, 1995/Alabama, 2007) and Steve Spurrier (South Carolina, 2005 and 2014).