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I'm okay with pay for play

College athletes should be able to profit off their talents. If anyone is entitled to profit off an individual’s talents it should be the individual. No one would tell anyone else in college, they cannot use whatever rare gifts or talents they possess make money; unless you have on a jersey. 758 more words

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Playoff time is Prayoff time

Victory.  That is what many sports teams are after as they move into playoffs and final games.  Victory.  In sports, we love the story of the underdog.  707 more words

God

Tim Tebow says Nick Bosa will regret leaving Ohio State

Ohio State superstar Nick Bosa is projected to be the No. 1 pick in the 2019 NFL Draft by many outlets, and the injured defensive end revealed this week that… 334 more words

NCAAF

Tim Tebow Gives Passionate Speech on Ohio State's Nick Bosa Leaving School

When Ohio State Buckeyes defensive end Nick Bosa decided to withdraw from school to rehab a core muscle injury he suffered back in September, it cast a wave of doubt over Ohio State’s national title hopes. 887 more words

College Football

Roadside Attractions Acquires U.S. Rights To Tim Tebow's 'Run The Race'; CineTel Lands Int'l Distro Rights To 'We Are Boats'

Roadside Attractions announced that they have acquired the U.S. rights to faith-based drama Run the Race from executive producers Tim Tebow and Robby Tebow.

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PM Roundup: Eiza Gonzalez; Buccaneers Fire Mike Smith; Myles Turner Signs Huge Deal

The Big Lead’s PM Sports Roundup, which is never, EVER going to Saudi Arabia.

Eiza is just chillin: Eiza Gonzalez appears to be enjoying some… 330 more words

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Tim Tebow explains why the College Football Playoff doesn’t need to expand

There have been calls to expand the College Football playoff to eight teams or more since the system replaced the controversial BCS in 2014, and a handful of fanbases will undoubtedly feel wronged when the selection committee announced its four choices for this year’s tournament. 276 more words

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