Former QB Tim Tebow: Florida lacks identity, leadership on offense

Former Heisman Trophy winning-quarterback Tim Tebow let loose on his former team Tuesday, saying Florida doesn’t have an identity and lacks leadership on offense.

Tebow, now an analyst for the SEC Network, appeared on 1010 XL Radio in Jacksonville and had several critical thoughts after the Gators were routed at home 42-13 by Missouri on Saturday despite holding the Tigers to 119 yards of total offense. Florida was doomed by turning the ball over six times.

“It was tough to watch, if you’re a Gator fan it was not easy to watch,” Tebow said.

Tebow said he hopes that the team can rally with the “our backs are against the wall” mentality for the rest of the season.

“I don’t think that the offense has an identity right now, and I don’t think that they

know what they want their identity to be,” Tebow said. “One of the biggest problems on the offense is leadership. You need to have something to motivate you, something to give you an edge…they’re (Gators) not out of the SEC East.”

The offense, which has been an issue all season, is 119th out of 125 FBS teams in total yards at 368 per game. Florida’s also averaging 28 points per game.

Florida head coach Will Muschamp’s job security has been a major question lately. He is 25-19 in three-plus seasons with the program and Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley said Monday that he will continue to evaluate Muschamp throughout the entire season.

Florida (3-3, 2-3 SEC) has a bye in Week 9 before playing No. 9 Georgia in Jacksonville on Nov. 1.

They need to get hyped and play with a chip on their shoulder when they come to Jacksonville,” Tebow said.

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2014 NFL power rankings: Packers, Ravens pushing toward the top in Week 8

 By Matt Verderame@MattVerderame on Oct 21 2014, 10:05a +

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Despite the top two teams remaining the same, there was plenty of shifting in the rankings following a wild Week 7.

Coming into the season, some experts thought the Dallas Cowboys would not win six games by the end of December. Yet, Dallas appears to be one of the best teams in the NFL, ranking with the likes of the Denver Broncos as the elite through seven weeks. The Cowboys are the only team with six wins after beating the struggling New York Giants on Sunday, making fans in Big D wonder if this could be the year for Tony Romo and the band.

Elsewhere, the champs continue to plummet. After starting the season 3-1, the Seattle Seahawks lost to the Cowboys at home before being upset by the lowly St. Louis Rams, dropping them five places in the rankings. The Rams utilized a pair of trick special teams plays to top Seattle, putting the Seahawks at 3-3 and third in the NFC West. Seattle is in a tough spot, still with two games left against both the San Francisco 49ers and Arizona Cardinals, and dates remaining with the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs.

 Speaking of the Chiefs, Kansas City came out of its bye week and defeated the host San Diego Chargers on a last-minute 48-yard field goal by Cairo Santos, vaulting the Chiefs five spots. With the win, Kansas City concludes a brutal stretch in which it faced four playoff teams from 2013 in five games. Now, the Chiefs will be home for the Rams and New York Jets.

On Sunday night, Peyton Manning set the all-time career passing touchdown record while his Broncos hammered the 49ers, 42-17. Denver could do no wrong, moving into first place in the AFC West and maintaining the top spot in our rankings. San Francisco finally saw the effect of having Patrick Willis, NaVorro Bowman, Aldon Smith and others sidelined, getting beaten in every facet without much fight. The 49ers dropped five spots and now get a well-timed bye week.

Team Record SB Nation ESPN Football Outsiders Average
Denver Broncos 5-1 1        
Dallas Cowboys 6-1 2        
Green Bay Packers
Philadelphia Eagles 5-1 4        
Arizona Cardinals 5-1 5        
Baltimore Ravens
Indianapolis Colts
Detroit Lions
San Diego Chargers 5-2 9        
New England Patriots
San Francisco 49ers 4-3 11        
Seattle Seahawks 3-3 12        
Kansas City Chiefs 3-3 13        
Cincinnati Bengals
Pittsburgh Steelers
4-3 15        
Buffalo Bills
Cleveland Browns
Miami Dolphins
Carolina Panthers
Chicago Bears
New York Giants 3-4 21        
Houston Texans
New Orleans Saints
St. Louis Rams 2-4 24        
Atlanta Falcons
Washington 2-5 26        
Minnesota Vikings
2-5 27        
New York Jets 1-6 28        
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tennessee Titans
Jacksonville Jaguars
Oakland Raiders


The four polls we use:

We use four different rankings for our weekly average. The thought is to get a wider sense of where all 32 teams are being valued with seven weeks complete. Our power rankings sources are from our in-house rankingsESPN and We also factor in DVOA rankings from Football Outsiders to add an objective statistical measurement to the formula.

Tim Tebow on Huckabee

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Tim Tebow Makes Fun Of Bama Bangs (Video)

by Josh Sanchez

Former NFL quarterback and Florida Gators legend Tim Tebow made fun of “the Southern swoop” aka “Bama Bangs” on the SEC Network Saturday.

During an appearance Saturday on the SEC Network, Tim Tebow, the former Florida Gators golden child who flamed out in the NFL, took a shot at people from Alabama and all regions of the southeast for their love for a certain type of hairstyle.

      While former

LSU Tigers

    defensive lineman Marcus Spears was cracking jokes about khakis, Tim Tebow was more concerned about “the Southern swoop.”

We should all know what the “Southern Swoop” is.

For those who don’t, think of Justin Bieber’s hairstyle before he became a tatted up drag racer who turns into an asshole during deposition hearings.

The crew then cracked a joke about their producer sporting the Southern Swoop which was also dubbed “Bama Bangs” during the little exchange on set. It was something that everyone on set seemed to be having fun with, especially Paul Finebaum who could hardly control his maniacal laughter.

It was also nice to see Tim Tebow get a little loose and have fun rather than coming across as a robot.


You can check out the video of the exchange below:

When Tim Tebow speaks about Ole Miss football, everyone listens

Posted by Brent Sobleski on October 17, 2014, 6:32 PM EDT
Tim TebowTim Tebow‘s transition to television analyst has been far smoother than his attempt to play quarterback in the NFL. The former Heisman Trophy winner currently serves as an analyst for ESPN’s SEC Network. His opinion on the league matters, particularly when two of the nation’s Top 3 teams reside in the SEC.

The Ole Miss Rebels are currently ranked third overall after an impressive 35-20 victory over the then 14th-ranked Texas A&M Aggies. The win came on the heels of a 23-17 win over Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide.

According to Tebow, the Rebels’ intangibles are the difference this season after finishing 7-5 last year.

“It’s the heart that they play with, offensively and defensively,” Tebow told The Clarion-Ledger‘s Hugh Kellenberger. “Everybody talks about the landshark defense and the way they fly around, it’s guys like Jaylen Walton fighting through tackles. It’s just heart. They play together. They play as a family. After spending the day yesterday with coach (Hugh) Freeze and the team you could really see that.”

Quarterback Bo Wallace is also a large factor in the team’s success. Wallace’s completion percentage is nearly four points higher this season. He has already thrown for 15 touchdowns through six games after passing for 18 all of last season. Most importantly, Wallace has limited his poor decisions.

“I think he’s improved a lot,” Tebow said. “In SEC play he doesn’t have a turnover and he’s making big plays. But he’s also not making big errors in the biggest of games. That’s huge, especially when you have a big-time defense.

“But what I like most about Bo is the courage and leadership and a little bit of ‘it’ factor he has. Like on that third-and-nine last week against Texas A&M, he knows where the sticks are, fights through the line of scrimmage and dives over a defender to get the first down that ultimately led to a touchdown. … He has a little bit of that that you can’t necessarily teach.”

Unfortunately, Tebow wasn’t asked about the nation’s current No. 1 team, the Mississippi State Bulldogs. As well as Wallace has played this season, he’s not the quarterback in the state of Mississippi currently being compared to Tebow (that’s Dak Prescott). We’ll all eagerly anticipate Tebow’s comments regarding the Bulldogs.

Seahawks trade Percy Harvin to the Jets

In a Week 7 shocker, the New York Jets have acquired Percy Harvin from the Seahawks

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White House rejects calls for Ebola travel ban


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Registered nurse Keene Roadman, stands fully dressed in personal protective equipment during a training class at the Rush University Medical Center, Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014, in Chicago. With hospital workers increasingly in the spotlight of concern over the spread of the Ebola virus, the hospital held a training session for a team of medical professionals with expertise in intensive care and infection control.© AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast Registered nurse Keene Roadman, stands fully dressed in personal protective equipment during a training class at the Rush University Medical Center, Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014, in Chicago. With hospital workers increasingly in the spotlight of concern over the spread of the Ebola virus, the hospital held a training session for a team of medical professionals with expertise in intensive care and infection control.WASHINGTON — Warning that Americans are losing faith in their government’s ability to stop Ebola, Republican lawmakers on Thursday pressed for a ban on travel to the U.S. from the West African outbreak zone. The White House resisted the idea and tried to tamp down fear as the pool of Americans being monitored expanded.

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Obama: Ebola monitoring must be ‘more aggressive’

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JIM KUHNHENN Oct 15th 2014 6:05PM

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama vowed Wednesday that his administration would provide “much more aggressive” monitoring of Ebola cases in the United States and warned that in an age of frequent travel the disease could spread globally if the world doesn’t respond to the “raging epidemic in West Africa.”

In his most urgent comments on the spread of the disease, Obama also sought to ease growing anxiety and fears in the U.S. in the aftermath of a second nurse being diagnosed with Ebola after treating a patient in a Dallas hospital. He said he had directed the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to step up its response to new cases.

“We want a rapid response team, a SWAT team essentially, from the CDC to be on the ground as quickly as possible, hopefully within 24 hours, so that they are taking the local hospital step by step though what needs to be done,” he said.

Obama spoke after cancelling a political campaign trip to convene a session of top Cabinet officials involved in the Ebola response both in the U.S. and in the West African region where the disease has been spreading at alarming rates.

Participants in the meeting were a roster of Cabinet secretaries and top Obama advisers, including Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, Attorney General Eric Holder, Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey.

Hours before Obama canceled his trip, officials confirmed that a second nurse at a Dallas had tested positive for the virus after treating an Ebola patient who later died. The disclosure raised new fears regarding the exposure by other health care workers. Officials also revealed that the nurse was on a commercial flight the evening before being diagnosed.

The Texas developments added a new domestic element to what has developed into an Ebola crisis in the West African countries of Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia. Obama has been pressing the international community to step up its assistance in combating the disease.

On Wednesday, Obama spoke by phone with British Prime Minister David Cameron, French President François Hollande, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi. The White House said Obama stressed that the world must provide the finances and personnel needed “to bend the curve of the epidemic” and said it amounts to a “human tragedy as well as a threat to international security.”

He made a similar case to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Tuesday, the White House said.



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