Yesterday my boy Tim Tebow become the first player in NCAA “major college” history to both throw for and run for at least 20 touchdowns in a season.
The Heisman pool is pretty shallow this season. Which has me wondering if Tebow’s accomplishment is enough to make him the front runner for the award. I haven’t been following college football long enough to know, so hopefully someone out there can tell me. Has a 3-loss quarterback has ever had a serious case for college football’s highest individual honor?