College Football's Biggest Mystery Solved As Steve Spurrier Confesses!

BabyTateSenior Writer IJuly 24, 2009

02 Jan 2001:  Head Coach Steve Spurrier of Florida speaks with his starting quarterback Brock Berlin #7 in the first quarter against Maryland during the Orange Bowl at Pro Player Stadium in Miami, Florida.    <<Digital Image>> Mandatory Credit: Andy Lyons/Getty Images

Alfred Hitchcock could not have directed a more suspenseful finale.

During the SEC Media Days in Hoover, Alabama the fans and sportswriters alike have been quizzing everyone over who was the numbskull coach that left Florida quarterback Tim Tebow off the All-SEC team.

There was a suspect, not a numbskull but, someone who would willingly leave him off.

Someone who is regarded as the greatest player in Florida football history, and it may be that he doesn't appreciate this kid horning in on his legacy.

Today, the suspect 'fessed up.

"I did it", said the man known as SuperGator.

Yep, the old ball coach himself, Steve Spurrier.

He said "it was a mistake" and that Tebow is not only the best player in the SEC he is the best player in the country.

Just one of those things.

Aren't you glad conference media days give us the opportunity to get to the bottom of such mysteries? 

What a country.


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