There is more to life than domains. High up on my list is football.
Saturday Night Tim Tebow become the first sophomore to win the Heisman Trophy.
For those who aren’t big sports fans, here’s what you need to know; Tim’s not just a superman on the field but a great person off the field.
On the field, Tebow became the first player in NCAA history to run for at least 20 touchdowns and pass for at least 20 touchdown in the same season.
Tebow was second in the nation in passing efficiency (177.9) completing 68 percent of his passes for 3,132 yards, with 29 touchdowns and just six interceptions.
Tebow also ran for 838 yards, setting an Southeastern Conference record of 22 touchdowns on the ground.
Tebow’s 51 combined touchdowns is also a NCAA record.
Off the field Tebow is equally impressive.
Tebow grew up in the Philippines, his parents are missionaries (their site is www.btea.org), Tim Has done much missionary work himself, counseled many prisoners, visited many hospitals and orphanages. By all accounts he is a humble, hard working, deeply religious individual. Many say he is just too good to be true. He is a hero of many including myself.
You can watch the best player in college football on January 1 on ABC at 1pm EST in the Capital One Bowl.
For the record here are our top five Heisman candidates for 2008:
1. Tim Tebow, QB Florida
2. Sam Bradford, QB Oklahoma
3. Chase Daniel, QB Missouri
4. Knowshon Moreno, RB Georgia
5. Ryan Perrilloux, QB LSU