Let’s Try For 3, Tebow To Return For Senior Season
Total Pro Sports – Tim Tebow made the anticipated announcement that he will return for his senior season and attempt to win his third National Championship. Tebow made the announcement at the championship celebration when he was ready to walk off the stage but turned back and said, Oh, by the way, let’s do it again. I’m coming back.”
The gathering of Gator fans, which had been chanting “one more year” throughout the ceremony, erupted in its biggest cheer of the afternoon and Tebow was met with hugs from happy teammates and coaches.
It was music to the Gators’ fans ears, they were hoping that their leader and starting quarterback would utter those magic words. Tim “Superman” Tebow will return to the Florida Gators and look to accomplish something no other Florida Gator quarterback has done and that is to lead his team to an undefeated season and a third National Championship.
“I just love being here. I love being a Gator. I feel loyal to this place, and I want to stick it out and finish what I started here.
“It was (a tough decision). I prayed about it a long time, talked to a lot of coaches and a lot of people involved with the NFL and Coach (Urban) Meyer for a long time. It was a tough decision. But I am having so much fun here and I want to enjoy it one more year.”
Tim Tebow had a sensational season, statistically it was not his best, however, he accomplished so much more in the grand scheme of things. He will also be looking to achieve something only one other player in college football history has done and that is to win multiple Heisman trophies. Archie Griffen, the only multiple Heisman trophy winner in the history of the award, dating back to 1935, will be surprised to see his accomplishment reached by another player. With the likes of Sam Bradford, Drew Stafford, Pat White, Chase Daniel, Knowshon Moreno, Shonn White and many other fantastic athletes declaring for the NFL, there is a strong possibility that Tebow may be a repeat winner of the Heisman Trophy.
Urben Meyer may be as thrilled as anyone to hear that Tim Tebow is returning and that this upcoming season will not be a learning year for the Florida Gators. Florida had only three seniors on the field for the Championship game against the Sooners and this years success should carry over into the upcoming season.
The Gators are still awaiting the decisions of two other talented juniors, Percy Harvin and Brandon Spikes who have not officially disclosed their decisions yet and will have before this Thursday’s deadline to decide.
3 National Championships and 2 Heisman Trophies, it’s something athletes only dream of!
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