My boy Tim Tebow has a chance on Satruday to join Archie Griffin as the only other player in history to win back-to-back Heismans. The other finalists for college football’s highest individual honor are both quarterbacks; Sam Bradford from Oklahoma and Texas senior Colt McCoy.
Tebow’s numbers aren’t nearly as impressive as they were last year, when he became the first-ever sophomore to win the award. But he has lead the Gators to a 12-1 record in the brutal SEC and their second national championship game in three years. Some speculate that his leadership in their big win over Alabama last week may have put him in top contention.
But it’s tough to overlook the record numbers both Bradford and McCoy have put up this season.
So who should it be?