"But given the concerns about Tebow’s health and the fact he hasn’t practiced, maybe the decision will be made to go ahead and start Brantley and see how the sophomore does. ... If Brantley is successful, let him go the distance and let Tebow rest some more. It would be a positive on two fronts. It would help Brantley get ready to take over as the starter next season, and it would help Tebow get back to where he needs to be to lead this team down the stretch for what could be a championship run for the Gators."
-- Gainesville Sun Florida beat writer Robbie Andreu, with some sensible advice. (The whole post does a great job of synthesizing a huge issues this week, namely: Even if cleared, can Tebow be ready by Saturday?)
And here's a new post by ESPN.com SEC blogger Chris Low, who does a nice job wrestling with the "Should he play/shouldn't he play?" question. (Speaking of my weekly Yahoo column, consider that I spotted that should/shouldn't as THE issue of the week... last week.)
This posted now, because we're all killing time waiting for a practice report, given Joe Schad's eyewitness tweet an hour ago that Tebow was in pads heading for the practice field. Big development.