Pretty good summary can be found here. No mention of circumcisions, though.
To date, this is a fair description of the debate:
… On paper, Tebow has had the more decorated college career thus far. The only sophomore to ever win a Heisman Trophy, the single-season SEC touchdown record, the nation’s No. 2-ranked QB in passing efficiency last season and a key member of the 2006 BCS champion Gators squad — Tebow is quite arguably the most accomplished college football player two years into a career … ever.
But Georgia fans will point to wins, losses and the big-game performances. And to be certain, Stafford’s Bulldogs had a better season than Tebow’s Gators in 2007, the first year both young men started at quarterback from start to finish.
Two seasons into his NCAA career, the Georgia QB is 17-4 as a starter, with eight of those 17 wins coming over Top 25 teams. Tebow’s career record as a starter, meanwhile, is “just” 9-4. Stafford is 2-0 as a starter in postseason bowl games; Tebow is 0-1. Head to head as starters, Stafford gets the nod, as he threw for 3 touchdowns in last season’s 42-30 whitewashing of the Tebow-led Gators in Jacksonville.
As a Dawg fan, I know which I prefer.