Well, the college football season is almost over, and the national championship will be upon us soon. Two powerhouses, Oklahoma and Florida, will be battling in the championship, and I am wondering who you think will win.
Here is my theory:
Sam Bradford - An excellent quarterback, Heisman winner, and has helped Oklahoma average 50+ points in all of their games.
Their defense is great, though their defensive tacle DeMarcus Griffin will miss the championship due to surgery. Not a huge loss, but it is important.
Tim Tebow - Heisman winner, two-time nomination for Heisman, and a wise passer and scrambler. Tebow's wise running is a sure-target if they wish to beat Oklahoma.
Defensively, their defensive backs are best in the league, and their D-line looks promising. Blitzing hard and getting interceptions will be crucial in the big game.
I'm a Penn State fan, and since I'm a neutral party, I think Florida will squeak by with a victory. Sure, Oklahoma has a Heisman winner for their QB, but so does Florida. Tebow is more experienced than Bradford I feel, and Oklahoma should be prepared for the running game.
If Florida wins, it will be by a touchdown. If Oklahoma wins, it will have to be a blowout.
Speaking of Oklahoma, here's a video on them:
Anyway, that's my pick. Also, I'm pulling for the Panthers to go to the Super Bowl.
Leave me some love,