by @TaraLipinsky In this week’s That Thing You Missed, evidence sporting events should get rid of the “kiss cam,” Julio Borbon is a bad actor, Tim Tebow’s supporters have reached a new low and […]
It seems silly to even have to say, but if you think for one second Tim Tebow is going to join the Washington Redskins in any capacity, you’re out of your mind.
Tebow hopped aboard Wichita State’s team bus on Sunday to deliver an impromptu pep talk after the school’s upset over No. 1-ranked Gonzaga in the NCAA Tournament.
Hall of Famer Steve Largent, while on with the Junkies to promote his Table Manners appearance, made a surprising revelation about Tim Tebow Tuesday. According to his former teammate Jim Zorn, who worked with the quarterback last week in Arizona, even after three years in the NFL, Tebow still doesn’t know the fundamentals of the quarterback position.
One “hairy” press conference with Andew Bynum, an unbelievable hole-in-one caught on video, Darrelle Revis gets what he wants, um, sort of and is Tim Tebow finally starting to get it? Those stories and more in […]
Tim Tebow has responded to negative attention surrounding an upcoming speaking engagement at a controversial church by cancelling his appearance.
Tim Tebow felt the wrath of the media Tuesday when it became known he had scheduled a speaking engagement at a church with a very controversial leader. The pastor in question, Dr. Robert Jeffress of the First Baptist Church of Dallas, confirmed Tebow’s appearance to Holden and Danny, and explained how the representation of his church has been distorted.
While it’s becoming harder to defend his quarterback abilities, there is no doubt what’s made Tim Tebow an unforgettable storyline in the NFL is a direct result of his undeniable affiliation with his faith. And as Gregg Doyel spelled it out for Holden and Danny, he’s about to drive that mountain of good faith he’s built up right off a cliff.
The so-called Tebow bill — legislation that would allow home-schooled children to play varsity sports for teams at public schools they choose not to attend — has been thrown for a loss in Virginia’s Senate.
The House of Delegates has passed legislation Thursday to allow home-schooled students to play public school sports, but the measure faces an uncertain fate in the Senate.