"Alabama fans are nothing but a bunch of inbred bumpkins," said McIntyre, a lifelong Gators fan who lives in rural north Florida. "Don't leave any of your sheep around them or they'll get raped."
McIntyre himself has five sheep, as well as seven goats. "Ain't none of them been raped, not once," said McIntyre. "That's the difference between Florida fans and them 'Bama rednecks. Are me and my kinfolk attracted to them animals? Sometimes. Sure. But we don't do nothin' about it like they do."
Tebow leaves and the Gators become absolutely despicable.
A GameStop in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, switched out the cover of the new EA Sports' NCAA Football 11 with one featuring Tim Tebow crying.
Turns out they changed the back cover, too.
The Denver Broncos made Tim Tebow a surprise 25th pick of the 2010 NFL Draft. Tebow and head coach Josh McDaniels say they forged a memorable bond when they met for 15 minutes at the NFL Combine in February.
Below is Tebow's quote recalling that fated face-to-face.Just like his wordsafter Florida's loss to Ole Miss in 2008, they will be preserved forever. God bless.
The NCAA has banned players from putting messages on eye black, starting this season.
Many are calling the new mandate the Tim Tebow Rule, after the player who famously scrawled Bible verses on the strips of black adhesive under his eyes.
So with the new rule in place, lets look back at Tebow's six most memorable eye black messages.
Tim Tebow only got a 22 on his Wonderlic exam, the intelligence test NFL teams administer to prospects at the NFL combine.
He scored 22 out of 50 a lower score than those of Sam Bradford, Colt McCoy and Jimmy Clausen. It's also two points below the 24 average for quarterbacks.
Tim Tebow below average? All hope is lost.
There has to be some sort of explanation for this. And there is. SportsPickle was able to obtain a copy of Page 1 of Tebow's Wonderlic exam, and it's obvious the questions were biased against him.
Florida quarterback and 2007 Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow wowed scouts at the Senior Bowl in Mobile today when he showed off a picture of an aborted, third trimesterfetus.
Before engaging in seven-on-seven passing drills, Tebow took a moment to address scouts personally.
“I know that a lot of people have derided my footwork, and my throwing mechanics,” said Tebow, who holds every major SEC passing record, yet cannot throw a football without both his feet leaving the ground.“But, before you judge me as a football player, I’d like to show you this.”Tebow then unveiled a color photograph of a bloodyfetushe named “Julia”.
“Look at her,” said Tebow.“She has fingernails, fingers, toes.She can even cough, just like you and I.Now you look at this picture and tell me I can’t help a team in the NFL.”
Scouts were blown away by Tebow’s display.Said one anonymous scout for an AFC team, “I thought he threw the ball like a man with Bell’s Palsy, but then I realized what a good person he is.It really opened my eyes.We should totally draft him now.”
Other scouts agreed.“I had originally clocked Tebow at 5.1 in the 40.But then he talked about how his own mother refused to abort him, even though doctors warned her she might die from complications.What a fine example this young man sets for us all.I’m totally changing his 40 time to 4.6 now.That’s definite first round material, right there.”
Scouts also noticed that their opinions of Tebow’s footwork, which is sloppier than a Manwich, wildly improved the more Tebow discussed introducing death row inmates to the power of evangelical Christianty.“Usually, I watch Tebow play and all I can think, ‘Oh, God.He’s like Rick Mirer, only slower,’” said one NFC scout.“But this guy has such courage in his convictions.How can you not draft a guy like that?”
Scouts also watched as Tebow bench pressed 225 pounds six times.“Normally, for QB’s, that fairly average,” said the scout.“But when you think about all those starving kids in Malaysia he’s helped introduce to the power of his Lord and savior Jesus Christ, my goodness he certainly FELT stronger than all the other QBs out there.”
“I may not agree with his views,” said the scout, “But I respect the hell out of him.You talk about a leader.That’s why I’m going to totally shave an extra tenth of a second off his lousy shuttle run time.For Julia.”
Tim Tebow is under the watchful eye of NFL scouts at the Senior Bowl. One scout gave SportsPickle access to his notes on the former Florida star.