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The video of that was from last year at the Championship game. As for what he's done, he's the best player and leader of the #1 team in the country so he will be up there until that changes.

Your right, I don't think you can justify him being at the top of the list, but you're right he does deserve to be on the list as long as Florida is #1.

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This year no he hasn't.

When has he ever done anything. Im sorry but Teabow is an average QB who has the luxury of running the ball in at the goal line all the time. Thats why the UF running backs will always be known for having talent and speed but not much else. If Matt Stafford would have gotten all of Knowshons TDs from 10 yards and in he might have won the Heisman as well.

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When has he ever done anything. Im sorry but Teabow is an average QB who has the luxury of running the ball in at the goal line all the time. Thats why the UF running backs will always be known for having talent and speed but not much else. If Matt Stafford would have gotten all of Knowshons TDs from 10 yards and in he might have won the Heisman as well.

He is an average passer, but tebow is a great player, but this year is what we are focusing on. Too many fans use history, but I don't when it comes to 2009 and the Heisman race. He has two cupcakes he has played and the two games against real competition (well if you want to call uk that) his numbers aren't heisman like.

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He is an average passer, but tebow is a great player, but this year is what we are focusing on. Too many fans use history, but I don't when it comes to 2009 and the Heisman race. He has two cupcakes he has played and the two games against real competition (well if you want to call uk that) his numbers aren't heisman like.

your right got to keep it in perspective

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He is an average passer, but tebow is a great player, but this year is what we are focusing on. Too many fans use history, but I don't when it comes to 2009 and the Heisman race. He has two cupcakes he has played and the two games against real competition (well if you want to call uk that) his numbers aren't heisman like.

He's #2 active QB in passing efficiency. Exactly how is that average?

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He's #2 active QB in passing efficiency. Exactly how is that average?

Play some decent teams before touting anything tebow has done this year. You have played 2 cupcakes and kentucky. He has the 6th best qb rating in college football. He is in a great system. IMO Tebow is an average passer, but he is a great player. He is one heck of a running back from the qb spot.

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When has he ever done anything. Im sorry but Teabow is an average QB who has the luxury of running the ball in at the goal line all the time. Thats why the UF running backs will always be known for having talent and speed but not much else. If Matt Stafford would have gotten all of Knowshons TDs from 10 yards and in he might have won the Heisman as well.

Im sorry did I read this right? When has he done anything? Perhaps you didnt see the SEC and National championship games last year when he was perfect passing in the 4th quarter in BOTH games and lead the team to victories in both. Oh and hes as good a leader as there is in the game. Hes also only thrown 11 interceptions in his entire career added to the fact that he threw for 62 TD's the last 2 years. He hasnt done much. Im sorry you may not like the fact that the guy is hard as can be to tackle and is as good a weapon as there is in and around the goaline but to say hes never done anything because of that is plain out absurd.

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Im sorry did I read this right? When has he done anything? Perhaps you didnt see the SEC and National championship games last year when he was perfect passing in the 4th quarter in BOTH games and lead the team to victories in both. Oh and hes as good a leader as there is in the game. Hes also only thrown 11 interceptions in his entire career added to the fact that he threw for 62 TD's the last 2 years. He hasnt done much. Im sorry you may not like the fact that the guy is hard as can be to tackle and is as good a weapon as there is in and around the goaline but to say hes never done anything because of that is plain out absurd.

You know what you are right i retract my previous statements Teabow is a very efficient passer. a winner, a leader, and a great football player he has done a lot for your program. Im man enough to say that was a bone head statment. However i do not like that fact that he gets so many carries close to the goal line and i meant what i said about the UF running backs.

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I understand and agree in many ways with what your saying about the backs but when you have a player that can do what Tim can you let him do what he does best to win football games. If you llok at the year before he got there when Leak was QB Ciatrick Fason was our primary RB and he rushed for 1267 yards on 222 carries with 10 TD's. A player like Tim just changes the way you do things because there arent many that can do what he does down there.

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I understand and agree in many ways with what your saying about the backs but when you have a player that can do what Tim can you let him do what he does best to win football games. If you llok at the year before he got there when Leak was QB Ciatrick Fason was our primary RB and he rushed for 1267 yards on 222 carries with 10 TD's. A player like Tim just changes the way you do things because there arent many that can do what he does down there.

i understand were your coming from

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I think Jahvid Best kinda went on the backburner after he got shut down by Oregon. As much as I love me some Oregon, they just don't have that good a run defense. They dialed him up and kept him in check. Plus, he's not even standing out head and shoulders above Jacquizz Rodgers or Toby Gerhart in the Pac-10. I just don't see him winning it at this point. I don't think RBs usually get it if they had a game or two where they got totally shut down.

For right now, I'll say...

1. Tim Tebow

2. Colt McCoy

3. Case Keenum

Colt McCoy has had a slow start, but I believe he'll end up winning it this year. Despite the slow start he's STILL 8th in the nation in total yards, over 70% on his completions. I think it's Colt's year... especially with the effects of Tebow's concussion yet to be seen on his gameday effectiveness. (Concussions are a very big deal and while I'm not saying it will necessarily directly effect Tebow at this point, it could effect how the coaches call plays for him against the defenses he'll be facing the rest of the year.)

Also, thought I'd throw this in there.... I don't think Oklahoma's offense is gonna miss a beat with Bradford going to the NFL after this year. Landry Jones will probably make some noise in the Heisman discussion before his time at OU is up. Not this year, obviously, but he looks like he'll be about as productive as Bradford.

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Also, thought I'd throw this in there.... I don't think Oklahoma's offense is gonna miss a beat with Bradford going to the NFL after this year. Landry Jones will probably make some noise in the Heisman discussion before his time at OU is up. Not this year, obviously, but he looks like he'll be about as productive as Bradford.

It's the system, notice Josh Heupel, Nate Hybl, Jason White, Rhett Bomar, Paul Thompson, Sam Bradford and now Landry Jones

All but Thompson (and he may have been too) either won a heisman or were in the short list finalist

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It's the system, notice Josh Heupel, Nate Hybl, Jason White, Rhett Bomar, Paul Thompson, Sam Bradford and now Landry Jones

All but Thompson (and he may have been too) either won a heisman or were in the short list finalist

Well... I agree to an extent, but you also have to consider that Stoops isn't just bringing in run of the mill QB recruits either.

Texas is pretty much the same.

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