Well I think the title says it all. Statistically, theres no sense in his argument. Both won a heisman, both led their team to a NC. All stats are taken from Wards two years playing and Tebow's Soph and Junior years playing. (Excluding freshman year to make it fair) Passing wise: Ward: 468-745 att, (62.8% comp) 5679 yds, 49 tds, and 21 ints Tebow: 426-648 att, (65.7% comp) 6032 yds, 62 tds, and 10 ints If that wasn't enough how bout rushing stats? Ward: 889 rushing yards, 10 rushing TDs Tebow: 1568 yds, 35 tds. I don't get it. Am I missing something. I'll admit Ward was a great player, and amassed a crazy record as the starter ( i think it was 23-2 or something) but his number statistically dont match up.