Hi, I'm a hater.

Being a hater or hating is when one puts down the success or fortune of others due to jealousy.

Unfortunately for him, there is one player in college football that draws my ire more than any other.

I have an irrational, incurable and probably unhealthy dislike for Florida quarterback Tim Tebow.

He doesn't go to a school I abhor, he's never called my mama something he shouldn't have and I'm pretty sure he doesn't owe me money.

Still, I can't shake the feeling I get when I see him being interviewed on television.

At first I thought the hate was induced by the massive amounts of love he gets from ESPN, Sports Illustrated and other major sporting news outlets.

But, it's not like he hasn't earned all the appreciation on the football field.

He has a Heisman Trophy, a national championship (as a backup) and numerous other awards to prove his football worth.

Tebow has the most rushing touchdowns in Florida history (42) and has thrown for 5,557 in three seasons at Florida.

In his Heisman-winning 2007 campaign, Tebow led the SEC and finished second in the nation in passing efficiency.

He's thrown 56 career touchdowns with only nine career interceptions, while completing 66.2 percent of his passes.

Pretty staggering numbers, no?

Not to mention the guy is a social and philanthropic savant — saving babies, third-world countries all while never forgetting the values he learned in Sunday school.

In November, he won the Disney Spirit Award given annually to college football's most inspirational figure.

Instead of going to the beach to relax for a few days during spring and winter breaks, Tebow went on mission trips to Croatia, Thailand and the Phillipines, where he and his father, Bob, spread universal messages of hope, faith and perseverance to nearly 5,000 people at orphanages and medical clinics.

Don't you want your son to be like him?

If I ever have one, I'll want him to be.

But, I still can't shake how my blood boils when he runs two yards for a touchdown, celebrates with his teammates then acts like he's just saved the union.

I'm not above pettiness, especially in regards to someone like Tebow.

He is good-looking and charismatic, everyone thinks he is wonderful and perfect and one day he will rule the free world.

That may be a slight exaggeration, but the amount of praise heaped on Florida's main man makes me want to throw up.

As often happens, the media finds a target and then harpoons itself towards said target like a shark who smells blood in the water.

This has caused a serious backlash, at least in my mind, in regards to Tebow.

I'm anxiously awaiting his next miracle, whether it be turning a football field into wine or feeding 80,000 with a single pizza.

Win or lose in the BCS National Championship game, Tebow will be acknowledged as one of the greatest players in college football history and FOX announcers will nauseate half of America with their "Look at the amazing Tim Tebow" calls.

That's why—for one night only—I'm the biggest Oklahoma Sooners fan east of Norman.

Hopefully, they'll give a hater like me the biggest prize on earth—a Tebow loss.