We're not sure when this photo was taken, since the Denver Post just posted it to Facebook. You know what to do, Internet.
Word trickles out of Jets practice that Tim Tebow is now, finally, the legal owner of the term "Tebowing." This doesn't mean you or I can't continue to talk about or write about Tebow. It just means we can't profit off of it. (What does this mean for ESPN, where Tebow=Profit?)
Consider this your update, hopefully the last one, on the story that captivated a nation. Police had described the suspect as bald with glasses, and, yep, I'd say David McCosby fits the bill.
Remember when Tebowing was a thing? Ah, we recall it like it was just yesterday. Thankfully, today's story takes place in Western Pennsylvania, where things often stick around years and even decades after they've gone out of style in the rest of the country.
Harbinger of sorrow Jim Cantore took to the New Orleans streets this morning to demonstrate to viewers the blistering wind gusts of Hurricane Isaac as it pounds its wet fists across the face of New Orleans, but at one point found himself unable to remain upright.
What, you think it's weird that someone from Pennsylvania (and driving in Washington, D.C.) would have a "TEBOWIN" license plate and a Tim Tebow sticker on his Camry? Well, it's not weird, because—actually, yeah, that is kind of weird.
Another day, another angry voicemail. This one comes to us from a Pittsburgh TV anchor, who writes in:
Peyton Manning is a Bronco now, meaning Tim Tebow is trade bait. Which NFL team should part with their 30 pieces of silver (and maybe a fifth-round draft pick) to bring Tebowmania to town? The Internet has given this question careful consideration and furnished us with an answer: every team.
When tipster Taylor B. sent this photo in at 8:38 p.m., Feb. 14, 2012, he did two things wrong. First, he wrote, "Trust me, my mom thought this was actually a really sweet idea," and that's nothing but a preemptive strike. Second, the subject line of the email was "A family that Tebows together..."
For those of you who don't remember former Habs/Blackhawks/other goaltender Jocelyn Thibault, his last name is pronounced identically to a certain Denver quarterback's. So it was just a matter of time before Thibaulting swept the continent. (Or, as sender-inner Noah says, "maybe just Canadian beer-league hockey.")
One of these days the Redskins will be playing in the Super Bowl rather than tweeting pictures of enormous genuflecting snowmen. One of these days. [Twitter]
If not for planking, Tebowing would go down in history as this generation's silliest physical obsession, joining past actions like the Charleston, the Macarena, and streaking. Despite the fad's (now waning) popularity, there still appears to be some confusion as to the proper technique or how to recognize Tebowing…
Nobody puts the "Christ" in "Christmas" like America's greatest football phenomenon. Don't stop with Denver Broncos gear—Tim Tebow is much more than just an athlete, as the bio of "Timmy" on the Tebow family ministry's website makes clear. Here are a few ideas to help your favorite Tebower get closer to Him this…
Fans accustomed to Tim Tebow working his magic as the game winds down were treated to a surprise as the Denver quarterback found the end zone early in the Broncos' matchup against New England.
Behold, video of Riverhead High School students Tebowing in the halls this week. Unfortunately for two students at Riverhead High School, the act was met with swift justice. Twin brothers Connor and Tyler Carroll were suspended by the school for organizing the mass Tebowing.
When a person gets very famous, lots of companies want to put themselves in the news alongside that person. Which is why you're seeing a lot of Tim Tebow in unlikely sources these days. Today's entry: something called the Global Language Monitor says that "Tebowing" is now an accepted English word. Defined as "the act…