What drives Tim Tebow can be read in his eyes and under them. The biblical references the quarterback wrote on his eye black at Florida give clues about how the man set to appear in a controversial anti-abortion Super Bowl ad views faith and fame.
Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Tim Tebow has been criticized on and off the football field this week. But he insists his poor performance at the Senior Bowl Saturday is only a beginning.
Gay groups are calling CBS homophobic for agreeing to air an antiabortion ad featuring Tim Tebow and not the ad for gay dating website ManCrunch. By changing its policy on advocacy ads, CBS invited the outrage.
Sarah Palin defended the Tim Tebow ad against abortion. Feminist groups objected to it, but attacking an ad that tells the story of a woman’s decision not to have an abortion could backfire.
Now accepting advocacy ads that hew to evolving ‘norms,’ CBS reverses its previous policy and shakes up Super Bowl Sunday. The flip side: Events from Super Sunday to the Daytona 500 could become a parade of in-your-face social commentary.
The Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback says he stands up for what he believes. Even so, the Tim Tebow Super Bowl ad against abortion threatens to politicize 'Super Sunday' and turn some fans and NFL coaches against him.
Attorneys in Alabama convince a judge to delay the trial of civil case so fans of Crimson Tide football can attend the BCS National Championship Game in California.