I can feel a new one coming on.
… When the No. 3 Gators open their season Sept. 4 against Miami (Ohio) at The Swamp, John Brantley IV will make his first start at quarterback. For the first time in three seasons, someone other than 2007 Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow will start under center for the Gators.
Playing quarterback at a school such as Florida comes with enough on-the-job hazards. But replacing someone like Tebow, who is regarded as one of the sport’s greatest players after helping the Gators win BCS national championships in 2006 and ’08, might be the least enviable job in recent college football history.
“He’s got more pressure on him than any player in college football history,” former Florida quarterback Shane Matthews said. [Emphasis added.]
I don’t think we can let that one pass, can we, folks?
(h/t EDSBS, particularly because I wasn’t going to read the damned article in the first place)