ESPN's coaches' poll tabs 2 former SEC QBs as 'best of all-time'
Tim Tebow. Peyton Manning.
The two former quarterbacks are certainly two of the best of all-time in the Southeastern Conference, but how do they stack up among the likes of Vince Young and others around college football?
Well, thanks to ESPN’s coaches’ poll, now we know.
ESPN’s Brett McMurphy tweeted out the voting results Saturday morning, with Tebow and Manning sitting No. 1 and No. 2.
— Brett McMurphy (@McMurphyESPN) November 19, 2016
Oddly, former Auburn QB Cam Newton wasn’t listed in the top five, nor was former Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel. The poll didn’t list any specific criteria, and it didn’t list any details on ESPN of the ranking. Both Tebow and Manning played four years, while Newton played one and Manziel played two.
Based on pure athletic dominance, you give me one quarterback, and I’ll take Cam Newton. Tebow was such a boss, but Newton was another-level good at the position … and people call me a Tebow homer.