Getting One Last Piece of Tim Tebow in His Final Home Game

by NESN Staff

November 29, 2009

Getting One Last Piece of Tim Tebow in His Final Home Game Girls love him, guys want to be him, and every single college football analyst won't stop gushing over him.

Tim Tebow played his final home game in Gainesville on Saturday, but the stud quarterback didn't go off without a true Gator salute. Fans — both male and female — got their last glimpse and feel before Tebow leads undefeated Florida against No. 2 Alabama next weekend.

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Getting One Last Piece of Tim Tebow in His Final Home Game

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The Blue Jays' front office hasn't been commended for many deals, trades or acquisitions in recent years (see also: Vernon Wells, B.J. Ryan), but it appears that the Jays have finally pulled one out of their hats this offseason. By acquiring Alex Gonzalez and re-signing John McDonald, the Jays' shortstop position is full.

Now, they are able to let Marco Scutaro go to the highest bidder and, in return, receive a pair of draft picks. One reader is quite impressed.

"the Blue Jays knew we had interest in Scuturo and snatched up Alex Gonzalez, increasing our level of need even more. And now we're gonna have to give them draft picks when we sign him. pretty good move by the Blue Jays."

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Sidney Crosby picked a perfect night to get a hat trick in the Igloo. Just seven years ago, he was some awkward 14-year-old phenom. Now he's making it rain headwear in Pittsburgh.

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