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There should be no debate about this decision—Tebow has already cemented himself as one of the greatest college football players to ever play the game, and he returned to add to his resume.
Every year he has been in college, he's been at the top of college football.
His freshman year, he backed up senior Chris Leak, but was a key role player on the national championship team.
He followed this performance by winning the Heisman Trophy in his sophomore season, becoming the first underclassman to win the award.
Then, last season, in his junior year, he beat Oklahoma in the national championship game to get his second ring in three years.
If he can manage to win another Heisman or national championship, he would cement his college legacy as one of the all-time greatest college football players.
Florida is stacked with enough talent to make a run, and we all know what happens when Tebow gets upset—he will work as hard as anyone to prove to himself that it won't happen again.
Watch out—if someone or something upsets him, we could see him wearing three national championship rings in four years.