The one statistic that is independent of what era you played in is also the most important one – record as a starter.If Tebow and the Gators finished the season at 14-0 in 2009, his record as a starter would be 36-5 or 87.8%, which is still not Frazier’s 33-3 record.There is no name yet for this Gatorbait smokeshow, thus no facebook, myspace, twitter, etc.I’m sure that will change sometime in the near future and all of this one picture only nonsense will end. Tim Tebow and Tommie Frazier should be considered at this point to be the two greatest quarterbacks to ever play college football.Sammy Baugh, Davey O’Brien, Matt Leinart, Vince Young, Danny Wuerffel, Roger Staubach, Doug Flutie – all great college quarterbacks and all deserve to be the near the top of this elusive list.
In fact, in the two years the Gators have won the championship with Tebow, not one of those seasons ended in an undefeated season.
However, when talking about the GREATEST of all-time, there is a definitive one and two.
Besides his Heisman Trophy run and Florida’s quest for their third National Championship in four years, among the hottest topics this season will be Tim Tebow’s place in college football history.
This debate will have more of a definitive outcome once the 2009 season is completed.
And if all goes according to the experts’ predictions, expect Tebow’s accolades to only grow.