Cue fit. Danielson is talking about Tebow losing the award despite being first on the most ballots:
Well, because it's a strategy ...That's exactly why it's done. That's why I gave up my Heisman vote about four or five years ago. I just thought this thing is a joke and I don't want to be a part of it. And by the way, I resigned from the Davey O'Brien award this year for the same reason.Danielson used to have a semblance of balance in his reporting until such point as he was hired by CBS, at which point he turned into a shill. I have heard the man credit a fumbled exchange to the sheer intimidation power of the defense. I have heard the man praise horrible pass interference penalties, horrible interceptions, and horrible blocks in the back. Nothing ever goes wrong in the SEC anymore, other stuff just goes more wonderfully right.
The Davey O'Brien wanted me to vote for the outstanding quarterback in college football and here were my choices: Colt McCoy, great player, Sam Bradford, great player, and Graham Harrell, great player. But how can all three of the great players be from the same league? I mean come on, if you're going to have an award, you got to have Tim Tebow on that award this year don't you?
Also, please note that all four quarterbacks mentioned here run the spread, which Danielson declared dead all year to anyone who would listen. Danielson: always incorrect, always pro-SEC, no more worth listening to than your average houseplant.
I tire of this man. Someone put him in a box and ship him to Mongolia. I offer a shiny quarter for this service.