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Tim Tebow

Tim Tebow
Tim Tebow is the Heisman Trophy winning former quarterback of the University of Florida Gators. Tebow was drafted 25th overall in the first round by the Denver Broncos in the 2010 NFL Draft. One of the best college football players of all time, the left-handed Tebow possessed a great mix of size, strength, speed, leadership and throwing ability.

A superb talent at Nease High in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., Tebow was followed through his senior season by a film crew, which produced the "Chosen One". The one-hour documentary looked at Tebow's football career, work ethic and family life, which has included several trips to Southeast Asia as a missionary.

As a freshman at Flori...
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Tim Tebow is the Heisman Trophy winning former quarterback of the University of Florida Gators. Tebow was drafted 25th overall in the first round by the Denver Broncos in the 2010 NFL Draft. One of the best college football players of all time, the left-handed Tebow possessed a great mix of size, strength, speed, leadership and throwing ability.

A superb talent at Nease High in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., Tebow was followed through his senior season by a film crew, which produced the "Chosen One". The one-hour documentary looked at Tebow's football career, work ethic and family life, which has included several trips to Southeast Asia as a missionary.

As a freshman at Florida, Tebow served as the backup to starting quarterback Chris Leak and played a key role in the team's national championship season. As a sophomore, Tebow broke NCAA records while scoring 55 touchdowns and became the first sophomore to win the Heisman Trophy. He led the Gators to another national championship in his junior year and finished third in the Heisman race despite receiving the most first place votes. His senior year fell short of a national championship as the Gators lost to eventual BCS champion Alabama in the SEC Championship game. Tebow did end his college career a winner setting BCS bowl game records in the Sugar Bowl against an overmatched Cincinnati.
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  • Five things for Tuesday, Dec. 9

    Five things for Tuesday, Dec. 9
    Here are your stories for Tuesday: SeaWorld sued over annual pass payments; suspect shot by deputies; reporter rides Coast to Coast; and more. 1. A Pinellas County man last week filed suit against SeaWorld over its monthly payment plan to buy annual...
  • Warning: Tim Tebow did not sign for the Arizona Cardinals

    Warning: Tim Tebow did not sign for the Arizona Cardinals
    It happens all the time, somebody sees a headline that is too good to be true and they post it to social media without realizing it's from a satire site. So when "Cardinals sign Tim Tebow after multiple injuries at QB" started making the rounds today it...
  • High School Legends series | Johnny Lattner: Johnny Fenwick

    High School Legends series | Johnny Lattner: Johnny Fenwick
    Editor's note: This is the second in a series on high school sports legends with roots in Chicago and the surrounding area. Johnny Lattner doesn't have a reason to leave. The boys usually show up around 11 a.m., or whenever the doors of Doc Ryan's...
  • In Theory: Should public displays of faith be taken out of sports?

    All across sports, athletes are known to express their religious faith, from pointing to the heavens after a score to thanking their respective higher power in post-game interviews. According to a blog post on the Economist website, FIFA, the...
  • Nona's Farrier joins Israel in state record chase

    Nona's Farrier joins Israel in state record chase
    The record-shattering statistics produced by Lake Nona quarterback Tucker Israel haven't been accomplished without some stellar work at the other end of his passes. And now Lions senior receiver Deondre Farrier is on the brink of setting state records....
  • Top-ranked Mississippi State prepares for its national close-up

    Top-ranked Mississippi State prepares for its national close-up
    Alabama has had so many big-program moments it's hard for the Crimson Tide to keep track. However, for Mississippi State this is it. Saturday is the most important day in the school's 115-year football history. It took years of planning, and crafty...
  • Lakeland tops Lake Nona in wild 7A playoff game

    Lakeland tops Lake Nona in wild 7A playoff game
    LAKELAND — Lake Nona quarterback Tucker Israel and receiver Deondre Farrier both had record-setting performances Friday night, but a big second half by Lakeland didn't give the Lions a chance to celebrate in the 7A region quarterfinal at Bryant...
  • Terps' future hinges on their ability to find and develop a quarterback

    Terps' future hinges on their ability to find and develop a quarterback
    Walking back toward the tunnel leading to Florida State's locker room, Jameis Winston stared toward the crowd at Miami's Sun Life Stadium and put his finger to his lips. The Florida State quarterback had silenced Miami's fans with his play, leading...
  • Tim Tebow surprised he was named one of People magazine's 2014 Sexiest Men Alive

    Tim Tebow surprised he was named one of People magazine's 2014 Sexiest Men Alive
    Tim Tebow was surprised to learn he was named one of People magazine's 2014 Sexiest Men Alive. Tebow, 27, rose to fame as the Florida Gators’ starting quarterback. He won a Heisman Trophy and two national titles at UF and earned rabid fan...
  • Hyde5: Jets' Geno Smith to start (Happy Thanksgiving)

    Hyde5: Jets' Geno Smith to start (Happy Thanksgiving)
    1. Among Dolphins' fans Thanksgiving blessings, add this from the New York Jets' Twitter site last night: "QB Update: Rex met with Geno Smith & Mike Vick this morning & told the QBs that Geno will get the start vs MIA on Monday night." Not that it...
  • Underdogs such as Virginia Tech will determine ACC's bowl success

    Eleven ACC teams are bowling in nine states, in venues from Yankee Stadium to the Rose Bowl. Agendas and stakes vary, not to mention quality of opponents. But there are three overarching storylines: **Unlike its four power-conference colleagues, the...