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The Swamp Prepared Tebow for Game Pressures; Hits HR in First At Bat In Minors

Tim Tebow does it once again! He makes headlines after hitting a home run in his first minor league at bat, a shot to left- center field in his minor league debut with Class A Columbia (S.C) Fireflies, the South Atlantic League affiliate of the New York Mets. He drilled a 2-1 …

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Tim Tebow Headed to Mets’ Low Class-A Team

Tim Tebow dominated the South Carolina Gamecocks in his 3 years starting at Florida, but now he’ll be stationed in Columbia, SC; playing for the Fireflies. The Columbia Fireflies, the Mets’ low Class-A affiliate in the South Atlantic League, is where the former quarterback is officially headed. Tebow will keep …

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Tim Tebow Takes on Mets Spring Training

Former Gator quarterback and Heisman winner Tim Tebow is enjoying his journey in Major League Baseball. Tebow opened up his first full year in baseball yesterday at the New York Mets spring training in Port St. Lucie, FL. Since signing a minor league deal in September, Tebow has participated in …

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Tim Tebow Could Receive Invite to Spring Training

Aspiring major leaguer Tim Tebow received the support of Mets manager Terry Collins and GM Sandy Alderson on Wednesday when the two expressed interest in inviting him to spring training. In the ongoing MLB Winter Meetings, Alderson was adamant that Tebow receive minor league experience next year so that the …

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SEC Championship Marks the End of Verne’s SEC Journey

Saturdays in the fall belong to college football. And when 3:30 p.m. rolls around, televisions get switched to CBS, and it’s the Verne Lundquist show. Last Call For the final time on Saturday, the SEC on CBS broadcast will feature Verne’s smooth calls, historic stories, and the relationship with color commentator Gary …

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Arkansas Hosts Florida on Heels of Third SEC Loss

The Razorbacks (5-3) sit in fifth place in the SEC West with a 1-3 conference record, and it doesn’t get any easier for head coach Bret Bielema and company. The second-ranked rushing defense in the SEC last season belonged to Arkansas. But after allowing 543 yards on the ground this past …

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Did You See The Reporter Get Trucked At Florida-Georgia? That Was Me!

Anyone’s first Florida-Georgia game will be memorable. But mine? Let’s just say, it’ll be one for the grandkids. I’m Savanna Collins, a junior at the University of Florida studying telecommunications, hoping one day to be a sports broadcaster. As a student, I get to work for ESPN Gainesville 95.3 FM, …

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ESPN’S Sutcliffe on MLB Wild Card Race and Tebow

As the regular season draws to a close, ESPN’s Major League Baseball Analyst Rick Sutcliffe joined “SportScene” with Steve Russel Tuesday to talk about the MLB Wild Card Race and Tim Tebow. Sutcliffe initially opposed the Wild Card but has since turned around to enjoy the idea.  With the season …

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