Keeping up with the latest Tebow health-related news and opinion from this afternoon...
*Tebow was not expected to be at today's practice -- or, you'd hope, any this week. (Sentinel's Fowler)
*Tebow's concussion was the 1st of his career (ESPN.com's Schad)
*Stop equating "toughness" with coming back from a concussion. (PB Post's Volin)
*Interesting take on the "Don't Play Tebow vs. LSU" story from the Miami Herald's Goodman.
Goodman argues that not only is there more to be lost than gained by risking Tebow's health, he also argues that 1-loss Florida is still in a BCS pole position -- that's a risky bet. (Although Goodman argues that Florida might still beat LSU without Tebow.)
I prefer my own theory, which I'll have an expanded post about tomorrow, and I'll go one farther than Goodman:
Florida can and will beat LSU without Tebow -- without a concussion-recovering Tebow, I should say. John Brantley, the defense, the RBs and the special teams will be more than enough.