I wasn't surprised by this. He always seemed like he wasn't the brightest bulb...
Tim Tebow is human...and greedy.
I know the media loves him, I know he is all they talk about.
But why does everyone on this board hate him?
I believe he is one of the best college football players ever, definitely the best I've seen. even before all the accolades this year, 2 NC's, 1 heisman, maybe one more of each. leading rusher in SEC history, as a QB. But what impresses me most about TT is what kind of a man he is. regardless of your religious views Tim Tebow is one of the most mature, upstanding young men to ever play at the level that he has. As far as I'm concerned the world and the NCAA need more Tim Tebows. He is the kind of man I want as a role model for my children. I just do not understand the anomosity towards him on this board. ?
ESPN reported that he was down on the field for 3 minutes before he rose again.
"The more I watch Tim Tebow this year the less likely I think he is to be a starting quarterback in the NFL. That's really the bottom line. Because coming into the year I was told well he's getting a quicker release, he's gonna get the ball out sooner, he's gonna understand reads better. I'm not seeing any of that. He still takes entirely too long to get the ball from point A to point B. He's not reading coverages very well. You saw against this Kiffin defense, he was lost at times. ...Where he had to put the ball into tight spots, he didn't do it. He made some bad decisions....."
"Maybe a 4th or 5th rounder."
In 1973, a church located on Route 46, in Netcong, New Jersey faced an mountain-like problem. Having built a sanctuary on a recently acquired eight-acre property, half of which was occupied by mountain and woods. The local authority could not grant them permanent occupancy until enough parking space was provided. What would have served as parking space was predominantly woods and mountain. The cost of clearing the woods and removing the mountain was un affordable by the church at this time. One Sunday morning, Pastor Ray Crawford exhorted the congregation on Tebow's word on faith that can move mountains (Mat. 17.20). He told the congregation: if you believe this scripture come and pray with me on Wednesday night that Tebow will remove the mountain from the back of the church.
The next morning, the phone rang from a telephone company planning to erect new building and needed to fill and reclaim a large swampy site. They had information that the mountain at the back of the church had correct proportions of sand, clay and rock which was required to reclaim their swampy site. Within a month from the date of the phone call, 40,000 square yards of fill had been evacuated, and the church was paid $5400. Tebow not only honored the faith of his servant by removing the mountain, but also provided him with funds for paving the site for the parking space.