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Tebow and the Gators will win out!

Posted on: October 20, 2009 5:41 pm
 
Tebow and the Gators will win out, beat Alabama, and Tebow will win the Heisman. Then the Gators will go on to beat Texas in the National Championship game in Pasadena. All great championship teams find ways to win. Through adversity and with defense, championships are won. Tebow and his second Heisman are a nice added bonus, but again winners find ways to win, defense wins championships!

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Since: Apr 3, 2009
Posted on: November 2, 2009 9:20 am
 

Tebow and the Gators will win out!

Thats the truth for you. Right There. Even after he had his bell rung, he is still working hard and leading the team to victory. We are the number 1 team in the nation and until someone beats us its going to stay that way. I would love to see Tebow win the Heisman but he is going to have to pick the numbers up. I know alot of places have him on the top of the voting but there are a couple people who are putting up better numbers and it would be hard to justify giving the Heisman to someone if their numbers are to far away from everyone else. I think if he is the best qb in college football history, and the best player in college football today but his numbers this year don't show that right now. Don't get me wrong I think he deserves it and I hope he wins it, it would look great next to all the other trophies he is going to pile up in his car as he drives to his new home in the NFL but I think he is going to have to pick up the stats to convince some voters that he is the best choice. Go Gators. Tebow for Hiesman.




Since: Jul 31, 2008
Posted on: October 26, 2009 11:32 am
 

Tebow and the Gators will win out!

Wow...you're so right!....lol




Since: Oct 11, 2009
Posted on: October 21, 2009 12:30 am
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