“If you are fortunate enough to spend five minutes around Tim Tebow, your life is better for it.”

The GPOOE™ is preparing to channel his inner Thom Brennaman, as he makes his broadcasting début at the Peach Bowl.

And I was really looking forward to watching that game.


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27 responses to ““If you are fortunate enough to spend five minutes around Tim Tebow, your life is better for it.”

  1. This won’t ever end, will it?


  2. @gatriguy

    If it goes anything like everything else he’s tried post-college, you’ll only have to sit through it once. He is the poster child of someone that peaked at 22 and is now on his long path back to the middle.


  3. AusDawg85



  4. dawg

    If people are ragging on him because they think he’s a bad commentator, whats all the fuss? There are about 500 former football players who are now commentators or analysts that can’t even put sentences together, much less analyze anything. How about Ray Lewis on Monday Night Countdown? Why does everyone pick on Tebow? I think he’s a great guy, a great role model for young people, and isn’t a bad football analyst. I like the guy. He can’t throw a football very well, though. I’ve never understood all the resentment towards the guy.


    • Isn’t throwing a football well what he was supposed to be “chosen” for? Read the article at the link posted above. The collective media hype and figurative fellation of this good guy is what I have been sick of since 2005. He is purely a media creation – an homunculus imp, spawned by the devil that is ESPN, who, like Junior, will continue to fail upward. Tiny Tears for President 2024…


      • Damn! Got Damn!
        figurative fellationhomunculus impspawned by the devil that is ESPN,
        I hope you never take a disliking to me!!! lol!


      • Dog in Fla

        @Reservoir Dawg
        December 12, 2014 at 2:13 PM
        Isn’t throwing a football well what he was supposed to be “chosen” for?

        Speaking of uchosen reservoirs that reminds me of a day that will forever live in infamy in my tiny little mind when what should have been my winning entry for selection into the Lexicon was rejected notwithstanding the above and beyond the call of duty heroic efforts made by Balls on my behalf:

        May 8, 2010 at 2:05 PM

        I thought “chosen reservoir” was good and pertinent. Its a takeoff on an army battle fought during the Korean War where we were bottled up at Chosun Reservoir(a small reservoir near the Korean/China border) and cut off by the North Koreans aided by massive Chinese troops . We were in danger of losing an entire Division, but fought valiantly to break out and escape. Thereafter MacArthur landed on the eastern peninsular and fought across Korea to separate into two parts at the 38th parallel and prevented the Red Chinese Army from solidifying all of Korea.
        Dawg in Fla was alluding to Murray’s Jewish background and as the “chosen one” in this small reservoir of QBs to lead us out of sure destruction. The matchup is clever and pertinent. I apologize for the history lesson that you probably knew, but thought perhaps everone else didn’t. Consider this my first lobby to a good cause.

        o @Senator Blutarsky
        May 8, 2010 at 3:20 PM
        It’s damned clever. I just don’t know if I’ll use it.


      • dawg

        If you’ve got a problem with his faith and Christianity, why don’t you just man up and say it?

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  5. Scorpio Jones, III

    Hey look if ya don’t wanna watch Tebow, don’t.

    On the other hand, what if you had to BE Tim Tebow, where your only career path is down, where your best outcome is to be the blabbering color guy on the Florida radio broadcast.

    The think I hate most about Tebow is that by his very presence on ESPN he continues to give TOSU supporters some hope that murderous tight ends are an abberation, not a feature of Dickhead football.