The 64,000 Dollar Question: Can Anyone Beat Florida?

Thomas Moreland@NFLMIKEESenior Writer ISeptember 20, 2009

GAINESVILLE, FL - SEPTEMBER 19:  Tim Tebow #15 of the Florida Gators scrambles for yardage during the game against the Tennessee Volunteers at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on September 19, 2009 in Gainesville, Florida.  (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)

Tennessee put up a brave fight, but went down 23-13 against Florida Saturday night.

Mack brown and his Texas Longhorns play tonight. for revenge against Texas Tech, and to hold onto that number two spot in the polls.

USC went down to a team that did not win a game last season. putting a severe crimp in nationial title hopes for the Trojans.

Alabama looked good in their game, and The Crimson Tide, Ole Miss, and LSU, will battle it out for a shot to play Florida in the SEC Championship game in Georgia at the end of the regular season.

Utah lost to Oregon, Notre Dame beat Michigan State, and Michigan won also.

Don't forget about Penn State. They could go undefeated as well.

Do any of these teams have a chance to win against Urban Meyer, and Tim Tebow's Gators?

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Tim Tebow delivered a hit on Tennessee's defense this week, and a statement once again to his teammates.

Let's all step up our intensity, and take this game, and ram it down our opponents throats.

If every team had a leader on the field like Tebow, someone else might have a chance this season, but alas, I see no one filling those shoes.

Once Tim Tebow's college career is finished, and he perhaps wins his second Heisman Trophy as a senior, we can all look back and marvel at perhaps the greatest single quarterback that the college ranks have ever seen.

He leads on and off the field, he is tougher than nails, and  delivers in the clutch.

He makes everyone around him play to the best of their ability, and sometimes more.

In answer to that question as the title of this article, no, I think no one can beat this team this year.

The only challenge I see, will be the LSU game this year, and the SEC Championship game, which Florida will be undoubtably well prepared.

The National Championship will be an after thought, as the Gators roll towards an undefeated season, and a second BCS  championship in a row.

Hats off to Tennessee, who only lost by 10. That was a huge accomplishment.

Thomas [NFL Mikee ]Moreland