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Chomping at Bits: Was footwork the issue for Tim Tebow?

Chomping at Bits wonders if it was really the footwork of Tim Tebow that created his bad throwing motion.

Jim Rogash

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Omaha Beef indoor team offer contract: Well, since Andy asked yesterday what's next for Tim Tebow, I figured this link was appropriate. I still think that given his skill set he should go to Canada to continue playing quarterback rather than to try and switch positions (fullback is a dying position and he's not fast (read: quick) enough to make it as a tight end) in the NFL. (The Associated Press, Gainesville Sun)

Was the footwork to blame?: That's the opinion of former NFL quarterbacks Chris Weinke and Vinny Testaverde. (Rich Cimini, ESPN New York)

Looking for football balance: A look back at Florida (and the entire SEC) in terms of passing and rushing yards. It's also fairly easy to identify the good and bad teams rather quickly from this chart. (Chris Low, SEC Blog/ESPN)

Gators chasing FSU commit: He's a tight end from Texas. And he's pretty damn good. (Zach Abolverdi, Gator Prospectus/GatorSports)

Jeff Choate, blocking style: The new special teams coordinator likes to be aggressive when it comes to blocking kicks. We talked about that here a few days ago, but here is Choate in a video interview talking about it. (Edgar Thompson, SwampThings/Orlando Sentinel)

Former Gator Ryan Raburn doing things: Even though he's been known over his career to be a second-half player, he's on an incredible streak right now for the Cleveland Indians. (The Associated Press, GatorSports)

SEC draft picks as recruits: The SEC accounted for 25% of the players drafted and five of those where two-star players coming out of high school or junior college. Impressive. (John Pennington, MrSEC)

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