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It's more than the passing titles. It's more than the countless trophies and revenue he's brought in, it's even more than the national titles. It's more than the devout Christian he is.
The current senior quarterback for the Gators, Tim Tebow has arguably already cemented his legacy as the best Gator football player of all time.
In his freshman year, he was seen lobbing up a jump pass for a touchdown in the Gators 2006 BCS National Championship win over Ohio St.
His sophomore year witnessed history as Tebow became the first ever sophomore to win the Heisman Trophy.
In his junior year, with a title and a Heisman under his belt, Tebow delivered a speech that rivaled religious sermons after a home loss to an un-ranked Ole Miss team in the fourth week of the 2008 season.
The Gators haven't lost since.
Tebow, who currently is one touchdown shy of tying the Southeastern Conference record for rushing touchdowns (remember, he's a quarterback), has also put up efficient numbers.
In his ongoing career, Tebow has completed 65.8 percent of his passes for 7,167 yards, 74 TDs to just 13 interceptions.
But it's what Tebow has done for the program off the field that makes him No.1. He has become the face of the University of Florida and arguably, college football.