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Who else? Tebow was a key part of two Florida national championship teams. He won the school's third Heisman Trophy becoming the first sophomore in history to win it. He went to New York three times as a Heisman finalist.
He broke the SEC record for rushing touchdowns, not by a QB, but by anyone. Think about that. More than Bo Jackson. More than Herschel Walker, more than Emmitt Smith. And he was a QB.
Yes, I know. Those guys only played three years and Tebow played for four. OK. But Tebow was a backup in his freshman year. And by the end of his junior year, he had tied Jackson and was only six behind Walker on this list. He ended with 57.
Oh, he three for a few TDs too—88 to be exact. He also holds the Sugar Bowl record with 482 yards passing.
He, along with Spurrier and Wuerffel, has a bronze statue erected outside Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. Truly the greatest Gator football player of all time, Tim Tebow.