Playing quarterback at Florida is tough enough. Replacing Tim Tebow is a whole other story, but it's a challenge John Brantley is embracing.
Tim Tebow leads an impressive group -- including national champions and Heisman Trophy winners -- of the best players in the last decade.
The loss to Florida weighed heavily on Bobby Bowden as he exited The Swamp and left the legendary coach wondering if he would walk the FSU sidelines in 2010.
Whatever problems Florida was having on offense, the Gators appeared to have ironed them out after a dominating display against Georgia in which Tim Tebow eclipsed Herschel Walker as the SEC's all-time leader in rushing TDs.
Florida needed a last-second field goal to escape unranked Arkansas. The defending national champs are No. 1 in the country, but don't even look like the best team in the SEC.
With the upheaval of Saturday, On The Mark looks at the future of 16 teams.
Florida quarterback Tim Tebow was hurt in the third quarter of No. 1 Florida's game against Kentucky at Commonwealth Stadium but eventually was helped off the field and to the sideline.
They might not be as well-known as Tebow, McCoy or Bradford, but the Sun Belt's big three QBs are making a name for themselves, and the conference.
Before stars such as Tim Tebow, Pat White and Vince Young, the spread offense established its roots nearly a half-century ago.
Tim Tebow is already a college football legend. This spring, Florida is changing the way he plays quarterback.
Tim Tebow will win another Heisman Trophy, Mack Brown will ride off into the sunset and USC won't be in the top 10. It's prediction time for 2009.
Tim Tebow and the Florida offense hadn't really needed to hit on all cylinders before Saturday. They looked pretty good against LSU, writes Mark Schlabach.
We've seen the Face of the Program for all the schools, but what about next year? Mark Schlabach looks at four faces to watch in 2008.
Tim Tebow's audience on April 19 was hundreds of Florida prison inmates instead of thousands of Gators fans. The Heisman winner had never seemed more comfortable.
Cameron Newton celebrated a national title his first day at Florida. Now the early enrollee has a shot to back up Tim Tebow at quarterback, writes Mark Schlabach.
Take a look at what SEC questions were answered this spring and what problems linger heading into the fall.