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Old 12-09-2008, 09:25 PM
 
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Anyone who thinks Harrell will win it are dreaming sorry to say, that game V Oklahoma destroyed his chances.
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Old 12-10-2008, 06:42 PM
 
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explain???
48 td with only 6(5) int's is pretty significant. Mr. Bradford has a higher passing efficiency than the last ten QB's that won the heisman, pretty significant. Tebow's #'s aren't anywhere close to last years. Its gonna be real close between Colt and Sam.

I don't care what team anyone is on, Sam Bradford was the best player in the FBS this year.
What records did he break

He was a better player than Tebow?
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Old 12-10-2008, 06:43 PM
 
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I'm sorry I laughed at this. The guys around Colt are so good none were named.
Cuz the media only focuses on Colt for some reason

Now same with Tebow, but tebow is still better

If Colt was not on texas or any top ten team, he would not be getting the accolades, but put tebow on any team, and he will still be mentioned
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Old 12-10-2008, 06:46 PM
 
Location: Kentucky/ Displaced Texan
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Cuz the media only focuses on Colt for some reason

Now same with Tebow, but tebow is still better

If Colt was not on texas or any top ten team, he would not be getting the accolades, but put tebow on any team, and he will still be mentioned
Take Colt off Texas and they are an 8-9 win team.


Tebow is not a better QB than McCoy or Bradofrd. Tebow can run the ball better but if we are talking true QB's he's 3rd on that list.
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Old 12-10-2008, 06:53 PM
 
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In passing, then yes, but if you include running, then Tebow is the overall best quarterback in D1A

Running is a part of being a quarterback, whatever makes you offense more potent

Tebow is a more potent weapon than bradford, and McCoy, he can make all the throws they can, he just doesnt have the gaudy stats because Florida has more options with Tebow

Again what would be a better team right now with its current players: Wash St w/ bradford or McCoy, or Tebow?

Anyways we will see come the national championship game
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Old 12-10-2008, 07:06 PM
 
Location: Kentucky/ Displaced Texan
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In passing, then yes, but if you include running, then Tebow is the overall best quarterback in D1A

Running is a part of being a quarterback, whatever makes you offense more potent

Tebow is a more potent weapon than bradford, and McCoy, he can make all the throws they can, he just doesnt have the gaudy stats because Florida has more options with Tebow

Again what would be a better team right now with its current players: Wash St w/ bradford or McCoy, or Tebow?

Anyways we will see come the national championship game
I don't look at it by who would improve a team by their presence, but by what team would be hurt by their absence. Florida has Harvin and a ton of weapons, OU has Murray and some good WR's. Now if you try to tell me Texas could be where they are with Crosby and Shipley and Chris Ogbonnaya, while good players, could not have Texas 11-1. They just couldn't.


Also, Harrell was not invited for the Heisman so it's down to the top 3 everyone thought.
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Old 12-10-2008, 08:26 PM
 
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Tebow won't win it fullstop, when is it being decided anyway?
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Old 12-10-2008, 09:53 PM
 
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Florida and Texas would both be bad without their starting QB's

You really cannot tell who would be worse

Unless they have a QB that can run and pass like Tebow, Percy Harvin is useless, none of plays they run with him would work
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Old 12-10-2008, 10:07 PM
 
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What records did he break

He was a better player than Tebow?
Higher passing efficiency than the last 10 heisman winning QB's. Sam's #s are DEFINITELY better then last years winner.

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Running is a part of being a quarterback, whatever makes your offense more potent.
Again what would be a better team right now with its current players: Wash St w/ bradford or McCoy, or Tebow?

Anyways we will see come the national championship game
Nothing makes a more potent offense than a great QB (especially one that can pass)

Washington State?? who cares.

Sam's passing stats: 168-244-2450 with 27 TDs and 4 interceptions
Tim's passing stats: 160-246-2299 with 25 TDs and 2 interceptions
Colt's passing stats: 186-232-2142 with 19 TDs and 3 interceptions
Graham's passing stats: 228-327-2567 with 25 TDs and 5 interceptions

Tim's stats are for the whole year

The rest of the guys are stats from the FIRST HALF OF THE SEASON.

Thanks to The Red Patriot.

Tebow should get the heisman? really?

I'm not even going to post the stats from the end of the year.

Only one of these great leaders lost at home.

Tim Tebow for the Heisman.... really?
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Old 12-11-2008, 12:28 AM
 
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