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The latest on Tebow from his father

Posted on: September 26, 2009 11:59 pm
Edited on: September 27, 2009 8:19 am
 
Tim Tebow is "Ok" according to a text sent to CBSSports.com by his father late Saturday.

Bob Tebow texted, "He is OK," after repeated requests about his son's condition. Tebow was taken to a local hospital after being hit Saturday night during a 41-7 victory at Kentucky. Earlier a source told CBSSports.com that Tebow as "laughing and joking" and should be OK after showing concussion-like symptoms.

Tim Tebow was being held overnight for observation. Further reports stated that a CT scan showed no bleeding on the brain and that Tebow had suffered what was termed "a bad concussion."

Coach Urban Meyer intimated after the game that his star had a concussion after being hit by defensive end Taylor Wyndham. The back of Tebow's head then bounded off a teammate's knee. Tebow was seen on camera vomiting into a bag while being taken off the field, possibly a sign of a concussion.

It is known that after after an initial concussion, victims are more susceptible to concussions thereafter. Tebow has been one of the most resilient players in the country. In the last two games alone, Tebow has carried a combined 40 times.

The concern now is for Tebow's future. He, along with three teammates, flew late to Lexington because was what was described as a respiratory condition. Tebow didn't play like he was sick accounting for 226 yards in total offense before leaving.

Tebow will not have to be ready until Oct. 10 when Florida travels to LSU. The Gators have a bye week on Oct. 3.
Category: NCAAF
Tags: Florida, Kentucky, LSU
 
Comments

Since: Mar 13, 2008
Posted on: September 28, 2009 1:18 pm
 

The latest on Tebow from his father

"Great men don't hate people because a book, that has been proven false again and again, says."

I am afraid to see the example of a Christian you have been exposed to in your life.  I am a Christian and my God and Savior Jesus Christ commands me to love my neighbor as myself. No where am I told to hate people.  Also I would love to see this proof you speak of where it ( I am assuming you meant the Bible) has been proven false again and again. 

If I were a betting man I would bet I could find as much research and proof proving much of science as false as you could finding proving my beliefs false.  

It is sad to me that people have nothing better to do with ther time then to attempt to tear down a young man who walks what he talks on and off the field.

Tebow is a great player and a strong Christian young man. He did not as for greatness he was put there for a reason.  maybe if people woudl get past allthe media and see the real him they would start to respect what contributions he has made to the sport on and off the field.   



Since: Nov 3, 2007
Posted on: September 28, 2009 1:55 am
 

The latest on Tebow from his father

Where does said book say to hate?



Since: Nov 3, 2007
Posted on: September 28, 2009 1:49 am
 

The latest on Tebow from his father

Fact: If extreme Muslims didn't want to kill all infidels, nobody would care whether or not he was Muslim.



Since: Sep 27, 2009
Posted on: September 27, 2009 11:24 pm
 

The latest on Tebow from his father

Here here.  This southern christian focus of the college football media has got to stop.  Have you guys been using demographics at all?  How about adjusting a bit to focus on the real fans of college football.  We're the ones with the beers and brats not the "praise the lard" sign in the parking lot.



Since: Sep 27, 2009
Posted on: September 27, 2009 11:18 pm
 

The latest on Tebow from his father

This is a perfect time for him to rest up and get ready for the NFL draft.  Don't push it.  Sit the season out and be tanned, rested and ready for the NFL.  He shouln't blow a great NFL career by forcing it with the university of florida.  He needs rest and caution.



Since: Sep 27, 2009
Posted on: September 27, 2009 10:51 pm
 

The latest on Tebow from his father

Brantley is an excellent quarterback who can run Florida's offensive attack very well ... he has strong arm, he's an accurate passer and he can read defenses well ... now on the Tebow subject, he'll be fine ... unfortunately, quarterbacks normally experience concussins because of the hits they take ...




Since: Mar 22, 2009
Posted on: September 27, 2009 9:09 pm
 

The latest on Tebow from his father

I think we need a national day of mourning. 

Either that or the media needs to ease up on all of the Teblowing and let it go. He's a good player and a good person, but we should be concerned whenever a player is injured. Players are frequently injured far worse with minimal attenton by the media. Any stats on how many concussions are sustained over the course of a season? I suspect ther are quite a few. How many players leave the field strapped to a board? Where's the concern for them?
This clown keeps his member gender as "private".

Let us know when you figure it out.



Since: Sep 27, 2009
Posted on: September 27, 2009 5:23 pm
 

The latest on Tebow from his father

You're right on Brutus....I couldn't have said it better.  I am still pissed at him (Tebow) for how he ran the score up on us "Buckeyes" in the National Championship Game and made us look like the biggest "wussies" in college football.  He made us look like a bunch or morons.  Can you imagine that Brutus?  Making us look like MORONS?  I bet YOU can imagine that...can't you Brutus????????



Since: Mar 14, 2008
Posted on: September 27, 2009 3:26 pm
 

The latest on Tebow from his father

Are you saying that Tebow is this popular do to his Christian faith?  That would be a first in our society.  Our "anti-Christ" society and media don't worship Tebow because he loves God.  Trust me.

God bless the U.S.



Since: Mar 14, 2008
Posted on: September 27, 2009 3:21 pm
 

The latest on Tebow from his father

Please tell me where the Bible tells people to hate each other. 


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