Players like Tim Tebow, Colt McCoy, and Sam Bradford have dominated the quarterback discussion during this college football offseason. And it’s for good reason - the QBs all have a shot at leading their teams to national championships this season (or at least did, before OU crashed and burned against BYU). Interviews with the QBs, especially Tebow, reveal intense, earnest young men who take their duties and leadership seriously. And that’s great - the world needs more role models like them.
(Yes, he did this on purpose.)
But for hundreds of thousands of young adults across the country, being a college student has nothing to do with being a role model for millions of Americans. It means parties, and bars, and having as much fun as possible before entering the world of adulthood. For those students, there is no better role model - none whatsoever - than University of Kansas quarterback Todd Reesing.