Tim Tebow, a GPOOE™ for the rest of civilization.
The next thing you know, Meyer’s going to have a copy of the promise plaque installed on a wall at The Shoe.
You’d think the Buckeyes could find somebody of their own worthy of inspiration. Besides, didn’t Tebow beat Ohio State to win a national title?
Given the discussion we had yesterday about Isaiah McKenzie’s practice habits as a reason to keep him off the field and the names involved, this may be the most perfectly timed NFL story, something I normally couldn’t care less about, I may ever present to you. Enjoy.
It’s like he never left.
It was announced Wednesday that Tim Tebow would be returning to his analyst role with the network this weekend. Tebow rejoin SEC Network’s SEC Nation, its two-hour College GameDay-esque pregame show, which will be shot on location in Nashville before Georgia and Vanderbilt play (on CBS!).
Just in time for Nashville! Are we lucky ducks or what?
Seriously, you cannot make this shit up:
The problem with Tim, and this is the only problem, he creates so much conversation and distraction that I think that spooks some teams….
“He creates so much conversation”. What were you, an innocent bystander?
I don’t think so.
Tebow is merely “one of the greatest competitors”? How the mighty have fallen.
Maybe one day Corch will rank his SEC Network skills.
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.
As someone who once saw Georgia Tech authorize placing urinal cakes with a bulldog image on them in the toilets at gracious Bobby Dodd Stadium, let me just say that I don’t share the author’s sense of outrage over what some random fan did at the SECCG.
On the other hand, I am highly amused that someone thought this was important enough to let Clay Travis know about it.