Presents Christian athlete and sports analyst Tim Tebow
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About Tim Tebow
After becoming the first college sophomore to ever win the Heisman Trophy, quarter back Tim Tebow led his University of Florida Gators to the BCS Championship in 2008. A two-time winner of the Maxwell Award for top college football player, Tim has also earned the Davey O'Brien award for outstanding collegiate quarterback and the James E. Sullivan honor for outstanding amateur in any sport. In 2010, Tim was chosen in the first-round of the NFL draft by the Denver Broncos—a team he would lead to the playoffs in 2011. Born to missionary parents in the Philippines, Tim has returned there throughout his life to work in orphanages and preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ in villages across the country. He is also extremely active in his own foundation's work, focusing on children with special needs. In 2013, Tim was hired by ESPN as a college football analyst, appearing as co-host of SEC Nation.