With all this talk about Tebow-as-"game-managing" QB and the emphasis on Florida's punishing ground game to go with its dominating D, it looks like Tebow will come a lot closer to resembling Nebraska's legendary Tommie Frazier this year than we would have thought in the preseason.
Frazier, too, led a punishing, dominating running game (with, by the way, an effective and underrated passing TD rate: 18 TDs, 6 INTs... to go with his 16 rushing TDs and 7.1 ypc average) combined with the best defense in the country. Sound familiar?
And consider that -- relying on the steamroller run game, a magnificently skilled "game-manager" QB and a dominating D -- those Frazier Nebraska teams of '94 and '95 are considered the greatest of all time. (At least, for now.)