Browsing All posts tagged under »Tim Tebow«

Minute with Meltdown: What I’m Thankful For…

November 23, 2011


By Matt Melton The holiday season is the perfect time for us to slow down and spend a few moments in thought, to take stock of everything that is important to us and our lives, and to really appreciate the blessings given to us. When you are finished with that, here’s a random tongue-hand-foot-arm-shoulder-elbow-thigh-in-cheek look […]

Is Tim Tebow’s Early Success Just Fool’s Gold or the Wave of the Future?

November 21, 2011


By Geoff Ratliff I have to admit that I am finally fascinated by the Tim Tebow experiment. As a fan of the NFL and football in general, and a former quarterback myself, I can’t help it. I’m also fascinated by what the treatment of Tim Tebow says about our society, but I’m mostly focused on […]

New NCAA Scholarship Reform will Likely do more Harm than Good

October 29, 2011


By Jeremy Sickel With the NCAA riddled with scandal recently, it has decided to emphasize a few points it believes will go a long way towards cleaning things up. Conferences will be allowed to add money to scholarship offers, which will aid athletes with living expenses outside of tuition, room and board, books, and miscellaneous […]