We are halfway through Tim Tebow's final college football game -- and he's making it a memorable finish: 20/24 passing for 321 yards, 3 TDs and 0 INTs.
For reference, Tebow's career-high in passing for a single game is 338.
If he plays the first series of the second half, he will break that; if he plays longer into the third quarter, he will shatter it -- "400" has a nice ring to it.
It is a bittersweet ending, to be sure, but if you can't play in the national title game, throttling the so-called next-best team in the country is a fair consolation prize.
Via Twitter, the Sentinel's Tim Stephens asked me where this game ranks among Tim Tebow's all-time best. Statistically and from the "eye test," it's Top 5... but this is a virtual exhibition, and that mitigates it. There are no stakes.
But make no mistake: This is classic Tebow dominance -- and, refreshingly, almost entirely through the air. It's like he's trying to prove a point to NFL scouts. (Going against the porous Cincy D won't help much, but Tebow is making the throws.)
I'm not sure where this ranks among Tim Tebow's all-time ranking of performances, but it's fair to say that this was his best first half ever.