Saturday, October 24, 2009

Tebow's Eye-Black: Eph 4:32

In the game against Mississippi State, Tim Tebow is wearing eye-black featuring "Eph 4:32"

That, of course, is Ephesians 4:32, which says:

Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as in Christ God forgave you.

That seems kind of appropriate for a game where he will be facing off against his longtime mentor, Dan Mullen.

4 comments:

  1. I looked up the verse, and certainly I hope that the meaning isn't a negative one. Mullen is an excellent coach and has done wonders turning around a lukewarm program at Mississippi State. This just goes to show how much UF and Tebow owe to Mullen.

    I wish Mullen the best. I still hope UF wins tonight, but Mullen is a great addition to the SEC and will only make all the teams he plays work harder and prove the SEC is the best conference in America.

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  2. But is that appropriate for someone who doesn't address the media afterward for the first time in his career because the game didn't quite go as he wanted it to???

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  3. Why wouldn't it be appropriate to ignore the media? I am amazed Tebow talks to the media t all when they ask him about his virginity.. the media is out of control. It's sickening. I think fans, athletes and even leagues need to take actions against th media. The media needs to be taken to task for their behavior. I think the Gators biggest obstacle is the media not their opponents. The media tries to create news and tear athletes and teams down and they justify it to make money for themselves. It was the media that basically blacklisted Tebow from winning the Heisman last season to force a BIG12 QB to win and he showed the error of that when he and his defense dominated Sam Bradford in the national championship game.

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  4. perhaps Urban Meyer didnt want anyone talking to the media Wasnt he the only one interviewed? And Tebow was on the fiels the coverage of him and Mullen was there along with other good sportsman likie gestures to Mississipi State Players

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