Eric Berry, Tennessee’s Super DB, May Snatch Heisman From Tim Tebow

Posted by Jeffrey McDaniel on August-25-2009 Add Comments

Way back in 1997, Peyton Manning was by far the best quarterback in the country(just ask Ryan Leaf), and arguably, the best football player. When he announced that he was returning for his senior season, Volunteer fans the world over rejoiced.

They would finally have a Heisman winner.

Manning was such a lock for the award that no one even needed to see him perform that year.

But a less-than-spectacular game against Florida, a team he NEVER beat, and the awardwas later lost to Charles Woodson.

Woodson was, incidentally, the last defensive player to win the award.

Fast forward to 2009.

Although the campaign doesn't officially begin until Sept. 5, Eric Berry is already a dark horse for the...

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