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Tim Tebow out of hospital, status uncertain for LSU

Tim Tebow Concussion

University of Florida linebacker Ryan Stamper has seen plenty of football players get concussions during his five-year collegiate career.

Nothing in his lengthy Rolodex of personal experience prepared him for what he saw Saturday night in Kentucky.

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When Florida’s Tim Tebow went down with 3:57 left in the third quarter, Stamper said his “heart just dropped.” So, too, did the collective heart of Gator Nation.

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On Sunday, coaches, players and fans of the No. 1 team in the country did not celebrate the 41-7 victory against Kentucky. Instead, they were left to worry about the health of their beloved senior quarterback and about how his possible absence from the starting lineup might affect the rest of the season.  Read full story here

Tim Tebow Back In Gainesville After Concussion
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Florida quarterback Tim Tebow was released from a Lexington, Ky., hospital and is back home in Gainesville after taking a hard hit to the head in Saturday’s 41-7 win against Kentucky.

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Tim Tebow Concussion: Less than 12 hours after Tim Tebow was knocked out of Saturday night’s Florida-Kentucky game with a concussion, college football pundits and talking heads across the country seemed to take part in what was nothing short of a Sunday feast. The meal on the menu was Gator.

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“What was Urban Meyer thinking? Game in hand, and his star player still in the game. It was a costly miscalculation,” wrote Tampa WFTS-TV’s Tom Korun on his blog Sunday.

Tailgating at a Gators Game

“If Tebow’s injury is serious, Meyer is going to get second-guessed for leaving his quarterback deep into the third quarter in a blowout game. Yes, it was only the third quarter … but … Florida was leading, 31-7, at the time.

Mathematically, Kentucky was in the game. But the Wildcats never posed a serious threat,” penned George Diaz of the Orlando Sentinel.  Read full story here



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Tebow injured on sack in third quarter!

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Florida quarterback Tim Tebow was taken to the hospital by ambulance after taking a shot to the head while being sacked in the third quarter of the No. 1 Gators’ game against Kentucky at Commonwealth Stadium on Saturday night.

There was no immediate report on the quarterback’s condition.

Tebow, the 2007 Heisman Trophy winner, was sacked by Wildcats defensive end Taylor Wyndham on a third-and-6 play from the Kentucky 9. Tebow didn’t appear to see Wyndham, who hit him squarely in the chest. As Tebow fell to the ground, the back of his head hit Gators tackle Marcus Gilbert’s knee.

Tebow, a senior from Jacksonville, Fla., lay motionless on the turf for several seconds. He was eventually able to sit up, and was then helped to the Florida sideline by trainers and coaches, where his parents came down from the stands to join him. At one point, the entire Florida team was on the field to check on their star quarterback. Kentucky officials had a motorized cart and backboard in place to remove Tebow from the field. Read full story here

Update: Gators Sick..,Tim Tebow is Expected to Play!

Highlights:  Florida Gators News,  Three University of Florida player ill and were flown to Kentucky on a separate plane:  Tim Tebow, Major Wright and Joe Haden!

gatorsRiley Cooper, a senior and one of gators most reliable receivers, was on the same extra plane that transported ill Gator players Tim Tebow, Joe Haden and Major Wright to Lexington for today’s 6 p.m. game against Kentucky.

Tim Tebow, Joe Haden and Major Wright all ill.  They will reportedly  travel separately

Cooper is Tebow’s roommate and is also ill, although details were not immediately available. Cooper, like Tebow, has respiratory problems, not the flu.


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Tim Tebow’s Back Is Fine

Tim Tebow lives under a microscope now, and everything he does, or doesn’t do.

Such was the case this past weekend.

When Urban Meyer announced Saturday that Tebow had been held out of a scrimmage to rest a sore lower back, it quickly became national news.

On Monday, after being full-go at practice, Tebow said he didn’t understand why his back became such a big deal.

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“The first thing is mom and dad, ‘Is everything OK?’ ‘Mom, I’m fine,’ “ Tebow said. “Everything is good. I think it’s funny. I think more than anything it makes people worry, friends of the family say, ‘Is he OK?’ He’s OK.”

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