Friday, December 07, 2007

Tebow Heisman Talk

This week Aaron Rennie from CFB Weekly interviewed me again to talk about Tebow and his Heisman chances. Click here to listen to the show or click the CFB Weekly logo in the sidebar.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Colt Brennan - 131 touchdown passes, 23 NCAA records, led the only undefeated team in America. Who else can say that?.... Nobody. How can he not win the Heisman? If you are skeptical, I challenge you to watch last week's Hawaii vs. Washington. Colt is amazing!

Anonymous said...

LOL trolls.

dethwing said...

Last season Colt deserved the trophy. This season, not so much. My choice this year would be Kevin Smith. But given the final 4, I can't argue against Tebow.

You can't (or shouldn't be able to at least) use CAREER numbers to talk about a SEASON.

Anonymous said...

A good criterion for winning the Heisman should be "Not a convicted sex offender". Sorry Colt, you worthless rapist.

Anonymous said...

Colt Brennan is a convicted felon. That matters to Heisman voters. He can make a strong case, but so can Tebow.

Brennan is also an interception machine.

Anon, you should address your complaints to the Heisman voters who care about such things.

DolFan 316 said...

What? No blog entry about Tebow actually being the first sophomore ever to win the thing? What's the muthafreakin' deal here, dawg?

JJ Gator said...

You know, I had to laugh seeing Colt Brennan wearing those jorts on the beach! On a serious note though, all of June Jones' smack talk came back to bite him in the ass. Junebug, NEVER open your mouth until you KNOW what the shot is!

Tim Tebow deserved the Heisman as far as I'm concerned; it's about time the voters came to their senses and awarded it to the most deserving instead of dwelling on class affiliation like they did to Rex Grossman back in 2001.

When it comes to the Heisman criteria, a player's individual achievement is what counts - NOT a team's win/loss record. Thus Tebow's justification for winning it this year.