October 4, 2007
Smith Commentary: Too Much Tebow
One of the cardinal mistakes novelists make is to fall in love with their lead character as they write their book. That lack of objectivity can skew what happens the rest of the way and destroy the author's original intent, with the most vibrant personality hijacking the plot-line while everyone else fades into the background.
What does that have to do with football? In Florida's case, coach Urban Meyer and offensive coordinator Dan Mullen need to heed that literary lesson because they appear to be committing the same mistake with sophomore quarterback Tim Tebow.
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