Tebow continues to amaze against Alabama; Fellow QB Davis stumbles
Florida QB Tim Tebow somehow topped a stellar regular season, but Ball State QB Nate Davis stumbled. Todd McShay has that and more in his Week 15 stock report.
The opportunity is there every week. Some players seize it. Others let it slide away. Here's a look at the players who shone or slipped in Week 15:
1. Florida QB Tim Tebow
It takes something special for Tebow to increase his stock at this point, and his performance in the SEC title game fits the description. Consider the scenario: The SEC title and a BCS national championship berth hanging in the balance and the Gators facing an Alabama defense ranked in the top five nationally in four major categories, and dynamic playmaker Percy Harvin out with an injury.
Todd McShay takes a look at other big names rising and falling across college football after Week 15. Insider
• Oklahoma WR Iglesias shines
• California RB Best shreds Washington
• Carpenter disappoints in season finale
• Virginia Tech freshman QB overwhelmed
1. Ball State QB Nate Davis
It seems unfair to knock Davis considering he was the driving force behind Ball State's undefeated regular season. Still, as one of the premier quarterbacks in the country and a future first-day NFL draft pick, it's his responsibility to shine in his team's biggest games. That was far from the case in the MAC championship game against Buffalo.
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