NEW YORK (AP) -Tim Tebow will go for two against a pair of talented quarterbacks from the Big 12 when the Heisman Trophy is handed out Saturday night.
Sam Bradford from Oklahoma and Colt McCoy from Texas joined Tebow as Heisman finalists announced Wednesday.
Tebow, the rugged and multitalented junior from Florida, was the first sophomore to win the Heisman last year and is now trying to become the second player to win it twice.
Archie Griffin won the Heisman as a junior in 1974 for Ohio State and again in 1975.
Tebow's Gators will play Bradford and the Sooners in the BCS national championship game Jan. 8 in Miami.

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