Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Tebow on the Heisman

“(The Heisman) is not something I really think about or care about,” Tebow said. “When (the Heisman talk) comes on TV, I usually turn the channel and don’t worry about it. Winning the Heisman Trophy is very special. It’s a huge award, very prestigious,very humbling. But it compares zero to winning a national championship or an SEC championship.

“That’s what you train for. That’s what you battle for every day in practice and in the weight room on your own or with your teammates for the last four years. That’s what you train for. You don’t train for winning the Heisman Trophy. That’s something that just comes from being blessed with a lot of guys on our team that help your out and make me look a lot better than I am. Winning a championship is what’s truly special.”

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