Florida’s sophomore quarterback Tim Tebow may be the favorite to win the Heisman Trophy but he will face stiff competition from Arkansas running back Darren McFadden, who was last year’s runner-up. Also vying for college football’s top individual prize are Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel and Hawaii signal-caller Colt Brennan. “I think anyone could win it,” said Brennan, reports the AP.
Tebow may become the first underclassman to win the Heisman. He presents the voters with a strong reason to make him the first non-junior or senior to win the award; he threw for 29 touchdowns and ran for another 22. "He has done things that no one else in college football has been able to do,” said Florida coach Urban Meyer.