2007 Voter Tips

Use this space to post tips about official Stiff Arm Trophy voters that have declared their votes. If possible, give us a link to a web page where it's printed -- or at least tell us where on the air you heard it.

We can't do this without you. Thanks!

Oh, and do you want to slam other schools or players? Do your trash-talking here.

Kari Chisholm | November 1, 2007 | Comment on This Post (494 so far)
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Heard 2 voters declare their votes this morning on AM sports radio. This happened 11/13/07 0720am on jacksonville,FL AM930 sports radio. Joe Cowart(jax radio host AM930) and Mike Bianchi (Orlando Sentinal writer)both said they would vote for Tim Tebow, barring a meltdown in the last 2 games. Hope this helps

Posted by: Kyle Coffman | Nov 13, 2007 12:09:22 PM

Better add Sam Bradford to this list. 3 big games coming up and he is going to be a NY invitee ...just watch and learn.

Posted by: Fletchdog | Nov 17, 2007 8:45:44 AM

Thanks, Fletchdog. However, let's keep this thread for voter tips - not promoting particular candidates. Do that on the trash talk thread - http://www.stiffarmtrophy.com/2007/11/2007-trash-talk.html

Posted by: Kari Chisholm | Nov 17, 2007 10:54:25 PM

Jason White says right now he would vote 1. Tim Tebow 2. Chase Daniel He did metion there is "a lot of football to be played". I get the feeling that if Missouri beats KU and wins the Big XII Champ he will vote Chase number one.

Posted by: Fletchdog | Nov 18, 2007 8:28:58 AM

Love your site, and have been visiting for the past couple of years. This is not my first time to email you guys.

This past weekend (11-17-07 Sat.) Doug Flutie said that he thought Tim Tebow should win the Heisman and that he would get his vote. However, he has also stated (earlier in the season) that Matt Ryan of Boston College would get his vote (which makes sense, as they are both from BC).

The rest of the ABC crew didn't disagree with him and acted as if they would cast the same ballot. (That is John Saunders and Craig James).

Finally, on ESPN's College Gameday Final and on Sundays (11-18) College Football Live, just about everyone on the set said that Tim Tebow was the Front Runner for the Heisman (Mark May, Lou Holtz, Rece Davis, Kirk Herbstreit). I don't know if this is "solid" enough info yet....but they all seemed pretty convinced. I would say that if nothing else happens to upset the balance, they will all be putting Tim Tebow down as #1 or at least #2.

The only one that "waivered" was Kirk Herbstreit. He said that IF Darren McFadden had a huge game vs. LSU next weekend, then some might change their ballot to Darren McFadden. I am assuming he meant himself.

For what ever that is worth...

Posted by: Travis Normand | Nov 18, 2007 11:27:41 PM

G'ville Sun writer posted in his blog confirming his voting status

Posted by: Jon | Nov 20, 2007 6:46:37 AM

You have Gary Danielson listed "ABC Sports" in the voters list. He now works for CBS Sports as an analyst with Vern Lundquist doing SEC games.

Note: Gary is working the Ark-LSU game. Heisman hopeful McFadden has fumbled the ball 3 times, losing one so far in the 1st half.

Posted by: Dave | Nov 23, 2007 12:42:01 PM

Dan Hicken, sportscaster for the First Coast News- Jacksonville, FL was asked on air if he had received his ballot to vote for Tim Tebow for the Heisman since Tim is a Jacksonville native. Dan confirmed the ballots had just gone out and he had actually received his the day before.

It was at the end of the six o'clock news.

Hope that helps- I did not see his name on your list.

Posted by: K Ellis | Nov 24, 2007 2:43:04 PM

During the 3rd qtr of the Fla St-Fla game, Heisman voter Tim Brando said, "number one on my ballot is superman Tim Tebow".

Posted by: Dave | Nov 24, 2007 4:38:47 PM

All Arkansas media voters have said McFadden is far and away their vote for the trophy.

Posted by: Gary | Nov 24, 2007 8:40:31 PM

Brent Mussberger all but said he was going to cast his Heisman vote for McFadden.

Posted by: Dave | Nov 24, 2007 10:59:27 PM

according to the article at http://www.gatorsports.com/article/20071120/COLUMNISTS/711200310/1044/GATORS01

Danny Wuerffel stated in regards to Tim Tebow that

"It's not official yet because there is a student here at Desire Streets who is my info guy and we haven't talked yet," Wuerffel said. "But I can't imagine anybody else being at the top of my ballot."

Posted by: Richard T | Nov 25, 2007 7:11:36 PM

Gene Wojciechowski of espn.com says his ballot is 1. Tebow, 2. McFadden, 3. Dixon/Daniel/Brennan/White

Posted by: Craig | Nov 26, 2007 1:27:25 PM

One more, Tebow #1


Posted by: Matthew | Nov 26, 2007 1:54:59 PM

Dennis Dodd of Sportsline ballot as of the week after Thanksgiving:
1.Tebow, 2. Daniel, 3.McFadden

Posted by: Richard T | Nov 26, 2007 1:56:29 PM


Posted by: sandhilllizard | Nov 26, 2007 2:12:39 PM

I'm not sure I buy that Dennis Dodd entry as his final ballot. Looks like there will be one more version of those picks before ballots are due - so we'll wait.

Thanks for the Gene Woj. tip folks.

Posted by: Kari Chisholm | Nov 26, 2007 2:13:49 PM

Olin Buchanan of rivals.com a voter stated

"Florida quarterback Tim Tebow will win the Heisman Trophy."


Posted by: Richard T | Nov 26, 2007 2:18:22 PM


Gene Wojciechowski

But he's not my first pick on my Heisman ballot. Tebow is.

Tebow has seven more rushing touchdowns than McFadden (22-15) on 110 fewer carries. And anybody who watches Tebow on a regular basis knows those TDs weren't simply QB sneaks. Ten of those 22 touchdowns were 5 yards or longer. And by the way, Tebow is the Gators' leading rusher, which means he took a pounding in the same killer SEC as McFadden. Against Florida State in the regular-season finale, he played part of the second half with a broken right hand.

Tebow has four fewer TD passes (29) than Hawaii's Brennan and Mizzou's Daniel (33), but he also has 178 fewer pass attempts than Daniel and 105 fewer than Brennan. And for those who think Tebow somehow doesn't deserve the trophy because Florida isn't a national title contender, remember this: The Gators lost five starters on offense (including their leading running back and wide receiver) and nine on defense from 2006, and since the BCS began in the 1998 season, no team has won back-to-back BCS championships.

The rest of my ballot? McFadden will occupy the No. 2 spot, with Daniel, Brennan, Oregon quarterback Dennis Dixon or West Virginia quarterback Pat White as my likely No. 3.

Posted by: Wes | Nov 26, 2007 4:19:06 PM

www.he15man.net should clear up any confusion for anyone unsure of who is deserving of the 2007 heisman trophy. The facts don't lie. Sophmore or not, noone has put up more impressive numbers than Tebow against stronger competition.

Posted by: Jeremy Ecklof | Nov 27, 2007 5:18:29 AM

From Pete Fiutak, CollegeFootballNews.com...

My Heisman ballot this week will be … I'm holding the ballot in my hand. "I hearby designate Tim Tebow, Florida, As my First Choice to receive the Heisman Memorial Trophy, awarded to the most outstanding college football player in the United State for 2007. To the best of my knowledge, he conforms to the rules governing this vote."

My Second Choice is: Chase Daniel, Missouri
My Third Choice is: Pat White, West Virginia

If White or Daniel lose this weekend, I'll put Darren McFadden in the slot.

Posted by: John Gillespy | Nov 27, 2007 7:14:35 AM

I found a voter that you don't have on your list yet - Whit Watson of SunSports. He's going to be a South regional voter, and this year is his first year voting: http://whitwatson.sunsportstv.com/

He has not revealed his top 3 yet.

Posted by: David Wunderlich | Nov 27, 2007 7:48:46 AM

What's your source? Yesterday he said

"He's (Tebow) still the leader, but the margin is now razor-thin."

also, it's spelled hereby

Posted by: Richard T | Nov 27, 2007 7:52:09 AM

From Phil Taylor at SI.com, in an article debating either Tebow or McFadden for the trophy:


Last paragraph of the article says Tebow is his #1:

"But the issue isn't whether the voters' eyes are open, it's which vision they prefer -- a one-of-a-kind quarterback who played at a consistently high level from the beginning of the season to the end, or a brilliant tailback who provided two of the season's greatest individual performances. With all due respect to McFadden, there is at least one ballot that will have the kid quarterback's name at the top."

Posted by: Daniel | Nov 27, 2007 7:59:17 AM

Get this website out to as many voters as possible so they can see the true facts and reason why Tim Tebow should be the only one considered for the The Heisman Trophy this year.


Posted by: Scott | Nov 27, 2007 8:01:54 AM

Larry Vettel of FightinGators.com and SunSports/FSN Florida is also a voter who is not on your list, and he is a longtime print and TV journalist in Florida.

On a local Gainesville radio show (Heath Cline Show, see thestar.fm) he said that Tebow is his #1 and Chase Daniel is his #2, and "there is almost nothing that can happen this weekend to change that." You can go ahead and tally him down for Tebow 1 and Daniel 2.

Posted by: David Wunderlich | Nov 27, 2007 8:47:21 AM

Pat Dooely is a voter and is voting for Tim Tebow


Posted by: BIGMIKE | Nov 27, 2007 9:38:12 AM

Olin Buchanan
Rivals.com College Football Senior Writer

He shared his votes in a Rivals.com video and column.
1- Tim Tebow
2- Darren McFadden
3- Chase Daniel


Posted by: Ryan | Nov 27, 2007 10:48:02 AM

Terry Bowden is voting Tebow #1, mentions McFadden but doesn't give an order after his #1 vote:


Posted by: David Wunderlich | Nov 27, 2007 11:43:10 AM

Larry Vettell, Gainesville, FL
Stated his vote for first would go to Tim Heisman today on AM850.

Posted by: Roger Steinberg | Nov 27, 2007 11:51:03 AM

Ron Cook, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, will vote for Pat White:


Posted by: Mike | Nov 27, 2007 1:29:21 PM

CJ McCarthy has these rankings right now...


This was prior to Saturday's games, but it suggests at the very least that he'll have Tebow as #1.

Posted by: Shannon | Nov 27, 2007 3:50:35 PM

I'm curious and procrastinating on papers I have to write, so I'm doing searches with the help of your list.

Andy Baggot says no one compares to Tebow: http://www.madison.com/wsj/home/column/baggot/index.php?ntid=257780

Posted by: Shannon | Nov 27, 2007 5:29:33 PM

Oh, also, Gary Danielson said on ESPNradio yesterday that Tim Tebow has his vote. Not that it's much of a surprise if you heard him (deservedly) fawning all over Tebow in Saturday's UF/FSU broadcast.

Posted by: Shannon | Nov 27, 2007 5:40:27 PM

Pat Forde: http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/heisman07/index

1. Tebow
2. Daniel
3. McFadden

Posted by: Shannon | Nov 27, 2007 11:56:46 PM

Hey everyone - thanks for the tips. Some notes...

* I'm only seeing a #1 vote from Pete Fiutak.

* Phil Taylor at SI doesn't say he's a voter. I've sent him an email.

* Olin Buchanan didn't say that was his ballot in the column. He lists five picks, which seems to indicate that he's handicapping the race, not declaring his vote. Have a link to the video?

* Pat Forde listed his top five for the ESPN "watch" poll - but that's not the same as his ballot. Next week, we'll consider these poll announcements definitive, but not yet.

Hey everybody, I really really appreciate the help. But please just post tips where someone actually says they have a ballot and how they're voting. Interim thoughts don't count... Thanks!!!

Posted by: Kari Chisholm | Nov 28, 2007 3:19:00 AM

I don't have a name for you but I noticed you had Sam Kouvaris listed from Jacksonville twice. Unless he has a son or lucky enough to recieve two votes then I think this is a typo.

Go Tebow.

Posted by: DANNY KNIGHT | Nov 28, 2007 8:04:43 AM

According to Pat Dooley of the Gainesville Sun

"Danny Wuerffel is voting for him[Tebow]"

He printed the Wuerffel quote that I tipped on earlier so I am convinced he corresponds regularly.


Posted by: Richard T | Nov 28, 2007 9:41:19 AM

Eric Crawford has stated

"This voter says Tebow deserves to win Heisman"


Posted by: Richard T | Nov 28, 2007 10:26:02 AM

Brady Ackerman, a first or second year voter said his vote is for Tebow. Here is the link.


Posted by: Ryan | Nov 28, 2007 6:32:58 PM

Al Eschbach of WWLS sports radio here in Oklahoma City mentioned this week he put Chase Daniel 3rd on his ballot...Pretty sure Tebow and McFadden are 1 and 2 or 2 and 1 from how he's talked about them.

Posted by: Joel | Nov 28, 2007 6:42:12 PM

Joe Girvan's Final Rough Draft is, in order, Tim Tebow, Chase Daniel, and Pat White.

Posted by: Ryan | Nov 28, 2007 8:57:07 PM

Check this out! http://year2.wordpress.com/2007/11/26/tebow-vs-daniel-passing/

Posted by: LG8TR | Nov 28, 2007 9:30:56 PM

Check this out! http://year2.wordpress.com/2007/11/26/tebow-vs-daniel-passing/

Posted by: LG8TR | Nov 28, 2007 9:32:36 PM

Got my copy of SI today and there is an article about the Heisman Trophy candidates.

It starts off by stating: "With all due respect to the quarterbacks at Missouri, Wes Virginia, and Hawaii, the Heisman Trophy race appears to be between Tim Tebow and Darren McFadden."

The end of the article reads: "With all due respect to McFadden, there is at least one ballot that will have the kid quarterback's name at the top."

The article was written by Phil Taylor, who is apparently a Heisman elector.

Posted by: Craig | Nov 28, 2007 10:27:21 PM

SI's Phil Taylor says he has a vote:


1 - Tebow
2 - McFadden
3 - ?

Posted by: HE15MAN | Nov 29, 2007 2:40:30 AM

Todd Wright has a vote and showed his picks on Sun Sports. He has Tebow first - don't remember who else.


Posted by: HE15MAN | Nov 29, 2007 2:45:32 AM

Travis Haney of the Charleston Post Courier says, "Here is one vote for Tebow."


Posted by: Ryan | Nov 29, 2007 4:28:59 AM

Nick Canepa gave all three of his votes and reasons for each. They are as follows...
1- Tim Tebow
2- Darren McFadden
3- USD quarterback Josh Johnson (he is serious)

Posted by: Ryan | Nov 29, 2007 6:48:14 AM

Nick Canepa gave all three of his votes and reasons for each. They are as follows...
1- Tim Tebow
2- Darren McFadden
3- USD quarterback Josh Johnson (he is serious)

Posted by: Ryan | Nov 29, 2007 6:50:48 AM

Brady Ackerman of gatorcountry.com has a vote this year. Premium site so I can't confirm but based on the headline he is voting for Tebow.


Posted by: TD | Nov 29, 2007 6:53:01 AM

Neil McReady out of Mobile cast his ballot:

"For the record, I cast my Heisman Trophy ballot Tuesday. In the end, I went full circle. I started the year favoring Darren McFadden and flirted with several other players -- Oregon's Dennis Dixon, Boston College's Matt Ryan and Florida's Tim Tebow -- but on Tuesday, I voted for McFadden. His performance last weekend in Baton Rouge sealed the deal for me.

Tebow was second on my ballot followed by West Virginia quarterback and Daphne native Pat White."

Posted by: Chris | Nov 29, 2007 7:08:35 AM

Sorry link:


Posted by: Chris | Nov 29, 2007 7:09:52 AM

Also, Mike Runge out of Utah claims a ballot (not on your list).

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As a Heisman Trophy voter, let's see if my choices are in line with the actual winner.

I voted for Florida Gator quarterback Tim Tebow with Colt Brennan of Hawaii second and Chase Daniel from Missouri.


Posted by: Chris | Nov 29, 2007 7:11:37 AM


Here is a Link to 6 heisman voters from the St. Louis area, who published what their votes would be as of right now. Still games left so these are not their final votes, but I would not imagine they would change much. Of course they love them some Chase Daniel.

D-Mac for Hie5man!!!

Posted by: John | Nov 29, 2007 9:37:06 AM

David Whitley of the Orlando Sentinel has Tebow #1 for sure and depending on this weekend he may have Daniel #2.


Posted by: Ryan | Nov 29, 2007 10:49:24 AM

Pat Forde - ESPN Chat 2 pm today - Tebow 1, Mcfadden 2, Daniel 3.

Posted by: blair | Nov 29, 2007 11:42:57 AM

This looks like a vote.

Posted by: Curtis | Nov 29, 2007 1:08:00 PM

Here is URL:

Posted by: Curtis | Nov 29, 2007 1:10:30 PM

Article from SignOnSanDiego.com Nick Cannepa Has voted for TEBOW!
A vote for TEBOW from the west coast! GO TIMMY!

Posted by: DeLynn Mundy | Nov 29, 2007 1:53:16 PM

ON SUN Sports Post game shows for the Gators, Brady Ackerman has stated that he has a vote for the Heisman this year and his first place vote is going to Tebow.

Welcome to BradyAckerman.com.
Brady Ackerman is a former running back at the University of Florida from 1987-1991. He is currently a college football analyst on Sun Sports and you can hear his radio show "The Brady Ackerman Show" in Orlando on ESPN AM 1080 and the Space Coast on ESPN AM 1060. His radio show is Monday-Friday 3- 6pm and you can listen on-line at www.espnflorida.com.

Posted by: DeLynn Mundy | Nov 29, 2007 2:26:24 PM

the link says his top 3 in the 6th paragraph

Posted by: alex rose | Nov 29, 2007 2:36:57 PM


Posted by: alex | Nov 29, 2007 2:40:20 PM

Vern Lundquist of CBS says he has a vote and is voting for Tebow.

Posted by: Craig | Nov 29, 2007 2:54:59 PM

Ted Miller lists his ballot here, with stipulations:


1) Tebow
2) Daniel
3) Brennan

Posted by: Shannon | Nov 29, 2007 3:04:35 PM

1) Tebow

2) Mc Fadden

3) Johnson

Posted by: David | Nov 29, 2007 4:05:38 PM

Nick Canepa list his ballot


1) Tebow

2) Mc Fadden

3) Johnson

Posted by: David | Nov 29, 2007 4:08:41 PM

on espn sportscenter 6:30-7:30

May says hi vote is Tebow....James says his is McFadden

Posted by: Jeff | Nov 29, 2007 4:09:03 PM

Starting to look a ton like the games...Tebow just keeps on scoring.

Posted by: Chris | Nov 29, 2007 7:00:06 PM


Another first place vote for Tebow. San Diego voter.

Posted by: Lawson | Nov 29, 2007 7:25:47 PM


Another first place vote for Tebow. San Diego voter.

Posted by: Lawson | Nov 29, 2007 7:25:52 PM

Olin Buchanan says that his vote is for Tebow. He does not say who is 2 or three however.

Posted by: Ryan | Nov 30, 2007 7:57:30 AM

Mitch Vingle has #1 White, 2 McFadden, and 3 tebow and says he sent his ballot in.


Posted by: Ryan | Nov 30, 2007 8:05:19 AM


Wally Hall, the sports editor of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, states that he does have a Heisman vote and that he intends to vote for Darren McFadden. This was published in this mornings edition of the paper.

Posted by: Jonathan Weaver | Nov 30, 2007 8:12:44 AM

Nick Canepa

Tebow - 1
McFadden - 2
Josh Johnson - 3


Posted by: Major | Nov 30, 2007 8:24:47 AM

This website has the potential to be great. However, with the voters releasing their votes daily this website should be updated daily. It has not been updated in 2 days. Lets get on the ball!!

Posted by: Jeff | Nov 30, 2007 9:59:54 AM

Kirk Herbstreet and Craig James both said that Darren McFadden are the Heisman. That's 2 and your poll only has one 1st place vote for DMAC.

Posted by: Joe - Florida | Nov 30, 2007 10:20:52 AM

Kirk Herbstreet and Craig James both said that Darren McFadden is the Heisman.

Posted by: Joe - Florida | Nov 30, 2007 10:26:31 AM

Wally Hall will be voting for McFadden #1

Posted by: Matthew Clevenger | Nov 30, 2007 10:48:24 AM

Olin Buchanan is the senior college football writer for Rivals.com

Heismanpundit.com polls eight well-known voters, and its last survey revealed that five of the voters were casting their first-place votes for Florida QB Tim Tebow and three were voting for McFadden.

I'm one of the five voting for Tebow.

Posted by: Mundy | Nov 30, 2007 11:16:11 AM

On the Gator/Seminole Postgame Show, Whit Watson of Sun Sports had
1. Tebow
2. McFadden (I think, not 100% sure)
3. Kevin Smith

Posted by: hugh | Nov 30, 2007 2:00:21 PM

MikeJW: Speaking of Darren McFadden, do you go with him or Tim Tebow for the Heisman? Or can Chase Daniel grab the brass ring with a big perfomance against OU on Saturday?

Tim Cowlishaw: I have a Heisman vote this year so I have been thinking about it a lot. Right now I can't see voting for anyone over Tebow. He had an incredible year. Nearly beat LSU by himself. I am leaning toward going Tebow, then Daniel, then McFadden. Can change my mind until next week, but no matter how good Daniel is Saturday, and I like him a lot, I think Tebow is No. 1.

Posted by: Chris | Nov 30, 2007 2:18:05 PM


Possible vote:

They're only Tuesday's opinions, but at least they're all mine:

Arkansas' Darren McFadden's spectacular performance against LSU's great defense, moved him way up in the Heisman Trophy race, but not high enough to displace Florida's Tim Tebow, who has clearly been the best and most consistent player in college football this season . . .

Posted by: chris | Nov 30, 2007 2:31:02 PM


Posted by: Brian | Nov 30, 2007 3:18:39 PM


Posted by: Brian | Nov 30, 2007 3:18:47 PM

Kirk Herbstreit and Craig James are both voting for Darren McFadden

Posted by: brian | Nov 30, 2007 7:53:48 PM

Brady Ackerman has a ballot an that is good for Tebow

Posted by: David | Dec 1, 2007 12:14:03 AM

Wally Hall was mentioned before... The link where he mentions McFadden for #1 is:


Posted by: Daniel | Dec 1, 2007 3:32:22 AM

Al Aschbach - WWLS:
1) McFadden
2) Tebow
3) Daniels

Posted by: Howie | Dec 1, 2007 8:37:34 AM

Website still not updated.. Very poor management on webmasters part.. Get with the program!!

Posted by: Jeff | Dec 1, 2007 8:59:08 AM

Yeah...^^^^^^^....What Jeff said!

Posted by: Dan | Dec 1, 2007 9:04:58 AM

Yeah...^^^^^^^....What Jeff said!

Posted by: Dan | Dec 1, 2007 9:05:06 AM

"Website still not updated.. Very poor management on webmasters part.. Get with the program!!"

Yeah, I know. I've posted my reasons in their own post. Stay tuned. Lots more updates coming in now.

Posted by: Kari Chisholm | Dec 1, 2007 6:38:46 PM

theheismanvote.com....the fan vote has concluded and the results were:
1. Chase Daniel
2. Tim Tebow
3. Colt Brennan

Posted by: Bradley F. | Dec 1, 2007 6:57:21 PM

Thanks for the update! Keep them coming now that Daniel is outta there. Should be all Tebows but we will see!!

Posted by: Jeff | Dec 1, 2007 9:23:24 PM

Scott McKinney, local sportscaster, former Ole Miss & UT-Chattanooga athletic staffer, announced on Southern Sports Tonight he submitted his ballot this week for Tim Tebow

Posted by: JM | Dec 1, 2007 9:49:32 PM

Kevin Sherrington says he had McFadden #1 and Tebow #2 on his ballot:


"Darren McFadden is the best college football player in the country, and if he isn't, Tim Tebow is. Or that's how my ballot read, anyway."

Posted by: Shannon | Dec 1, 2007 10:12:32 PM

Not sure if he's a voter, but Peter Schrager on FOX Sports has Tebow as his #1.


"I spoke with Tebow on Monday. Good kid. Humble, smart, spiritual. He respects college football history and grew up a Danny Wuerfell fan. He's also aware of the TimTebowfacts.com site. His favorite fact? "Tim Tebow can believe it's not butter."

The kid's my Heisman Trophy pick this year. And that's regardless of what Chase Daniel does on Saturday."

Posted by: Daniel | Dec 2, 2007 11:14:22 AM

Phil Taylor declared Tim Tebow as his choice in an SI article

Posted by: Spencer | Dec 2, 2007 11:36:14 AM

Dennis Dodd says Tebow.


Posted by: Chris | Dec 2, 2007 6:04:17 PM

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