"We love these guys and they've given us everything they've got for four years and they deserve the credit they're getting," he said.
The farewell on the minds of most is the one for Tebow. As recently as the Vanderbilt game Tebow has felt his days numbering in Gainesville.
He even spent some time under the stadium's lights Sunday with tight end Aaron Hernandez and fellow senior, receiver David Nelson. Tossing the ball around, Tebow says those sad feelings of leaving crept up.
There's no doubt emotions are flying, but as he prepares, Tebow wants to make his home games special.
"Trust me, I won't leave anything on the field in my last two games," he said.
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
The coming farewell
Only two more regular season games for the Seniors, and emotions are getting high.