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    Re: 2009 Heisman watch

    Clausen will choke

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    Re: 2009 Heisman watch

    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
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    Too late.
    I received an email that said President Obama received the Heisman for watching a college football game.
    LMAO!

    Actually I read that it was already awarded to an 8th grader that USC offerred a scholarship to.


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    Went to the game last Saturday and watched Tebow stink it up.
    I really have my doubts that he'll make it in the NFL.
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    Re: 2009 Heisman watch

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    Went to the game last Saturday and watched Tebow stink it up.
    I really have my doubts that he'll make it in the NFL.
    My biggest problem with Tebow is that it is hard to tell if he has that Winner quality that I believe in so much playing (as he does) with so much other talent around him.
    It was clear that Kyle Orton (or Ben Roethlisberger) had that certain something coming out of college because they were able to elevate inferior teams against superior opponents.
    Tebow has never had to do that at Florida.

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    "Zeus" wrote:
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    Went to the game last Saturday and watched Tebow stink it up.
    I really have my doubts that he'll make it in the NFL.
    My biggest problem with Tebow is that it is hard to tell if he has that Winner quality that I believe in so much playing (as he does) with so much other talent around him.
    It was clear that Kyle Orton (or Ben Roethlisberger) had that certain something coming out of college because they were able to elevate inferior teams against superior opponents.
    Tebow has never had to do that at Florida.

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    He played mississippi state, a suck ass team and was picked off by a freshman twice for TDs.
    They won in spite of him.
    He tries to do the Michael Vick thing and is successful for reasons you mentioned.
    Mississippi State plays the #1 and #2 teams in the nation back to back....what a schedule.

    Personally, I love the intensity of college ball and I go to a lot of games just because they are there.
    Most teams have a lot of mismatches at the college level which makes me think that someone as dumb as Mike Tice could be successful as a head coach at the college level if he was coaching at one of the DI schools that get all the recruits.
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    Re: 2009 Heisman watch

    "Prophet" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "Prophet" wrote:
    Went to the game last Saturday and watched Tebow stink it up.
    I really have my doubts that he'll make it in the NFL.
    My biggest problem with Tebow is that it is hard to tell if he has that Winner quality that I believe in so much playing (as he does) with so much other talent around him.
    It was clear that Kyle Orton (or Ben Roethlisberger) had that certain something coming out of college because they were able to elevate inferior teams against superior opponents.
    Tebow has never had to do that at Florida.

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    He played mississippi state, a suck ass team and was picked off by a freshman twice for TDs.
    They won in spite of him.
    He tries to do the Michael Vick thing and is successful for reasons you mentioned.
    Mississippi State plays the #1 and #2 teams in the nation back to back....what a schedule.

    Personally, I love the intensity of college ball and I go to a lot of games just because they are there.
    Most teams have a lot of mismatches at the college level which makes me think that someone as dumb as Mike Tice could be successful as a head coach at the college level if he was coaching at one of the DI schools that get all the recruits.
    So there might be life for Childress after the Vikings after all?

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    I Think Keenum should run away with it, Houston is 7-1, He's 3rd in QB rating, 2nd in completion%, 1st in yds, and has 25 tds' to 5 int's,
    But since they're not high profile he'll get no votes, McCoy is 15/8 in td/int, nothing special, Notre Dame isn't a BCS team, and aren't we all sick of hearing about Tebow?? I doubt he'll even make a NFL team as a QB.
    Just my worthless opinion, don't anyone get offended, or send me mail bombs, I've noticed that some people take some of these comments waaaaaaaaaaaay to seriously <- see that smiley face means I'm not meaning any offense.
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    .....TEBOW.....


    He leads his team to victory over and over. Florida did not do this before Tebow. He knows the offense, makes game winning plays, and if they get to the National Championship game for the 3rd time in 4 years, he'll undoubtedly have another Heisman. Fortunately for Tebow as well, the competition this year is horrible and no team (undefeated or not) has a player they can put the game on the line for and come out a victor. There's some big stat players out there, but put Tebow in the WAC and I'm sure he could rake in the same 600 yards passing games that Keenum puts up
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    .....TEBOW.....


    He leads his team to victory over and over. Florida did not do this before Tebow. He knows the offense, makes game winning plays, and if they get to the National Championship game for the 3rd time in 4 years, he'll undoubtedly have another Heisman. Fortunately for Tebow as well, the competition this year is horrible and no team (undefeated or not) has a player they can put the game on the line for and come out a victor. There's some big stat players out there, but put Tebow in the WAC and I'm sure he could rake in the same 600 yards passing games that Keenum puts up

    Florida's been a national power for way longer than Tebows been there, remember Spurrier? 6 SEC titles before him, and a championship in 96, They averaged 10+ wins all through the 90's, they are a top ten recruiter every year, he's surrounded by blue chip players, I wouldn't give him all the credit, 17 Florida players since 2006 have been drafted by the NFL,
    Even if the Vikings lose, I can still find happiness in Bears, and Packer losses.

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