Bradford, Crabtree headline college a...

Bradford, Crabtree headline college awards

There are 2 comments on the Kansas City Star story from Dec 11, 2008, titled Bradford, Crabtree headline college awards. In it, Kansas City Star reports that:

Tim Tebow won the Maxwell Award for the second year, edging Texas' Colt McCoy and Texas Tech's Graham Harrell for the honor given to college football's best all-round player Thursday night at the college ...

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#1 Dec 14, 2008
Major kudos to Sam on winning the Heisman. Thank God Tebow will be gone next year. We won't have to listen to all of the sports taking heads acting like a bunch of idiots over this guy.
Pete

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#2 Dec 14, 2008
Tebow would make a good TE or RB in the NFL. They need good role models right now. He is a team player and that's why he gets such good press. The press makes the individual look good when he works so hard with others.
Same with (my congrats to) Heisman winner Bradford's gratitude and dedications to his teammates anc coaches.
All were gracious. Besides the fact that Colt Mccoy was "left out" of the championship games, Heismans don't go to someone with chips already on their shoulders. Not that he wasn't deserving.
Harrell didn't get invited because Heismans don't go to someone with a 44 point loss on their season record.(not with the numbers on the other guy's stats)
So I was watching the Greatest Game Ever Played last night, and the Colts/Giants 58 championship at Yankee Stadium game reminded me of the Tech/Nebraska game. Another OT game, Tech's early lead in the first, Huskers comeback in the second and plus, Johnny Unitas and Raymond Barry looked alot like Harrell and Crabtree!
And here, Graham went to DC instead of NYC and met the president after winning the Unitas award and meeting Barry!
Destiny is bright. Harrell would make an excellent NFL QB. I hope he gets a good draft (later round) onto a good team.
Harrell needs at least two passing touchdowns in the Cotton Bowl to set the all-time career passing TDs record.(131)
I wonder if by his senior year, Bradford would also tie or break it.

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