GAINESVILLE -- The speech after Ole Miss, routs against Georgia and LSU, the comeback against Alabama: It all could equal a second Heisman Trophy for UF quarterback Tim Tebow.
Heisman ballots are due today. According to one poll, Tebow's late charge could make for one of the closest Heisman races in history. A CBS poll of 32 Heisman voters (3.5 percent of all voters) projected Tebow as the Heisman winner. Oklahoma's Sam Bradford was second. Texas' Colt McCoy finished third in the CBS poll. Here's a link to the story by CBS Sportsline columnist Dennis Dodd. CLICK ME!
Another online Heisman poll (10 voters) by Heismanpundit.com projects Bradford as the Heisman Trophy winner.
One thing is for sure. It's going to be close. I always thought Tebow would be invited to New York but I never thought he'd actually win the Heisman. Guess he's got a chance. Every Heisman voter I've spoken to (except for one) has said they're voting for Tebow No.1 on their ballots. (FYI: I'm not a voter.)
Never count out Tebow, right?
The Heisman buzz means one thing for national championship game -- more hype! The game will either feature two Heisman Trophy quarterbacks or one guy who has won two.