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Saturday, January 14, 2012

Politics and the Tebow intermission

In what is sure to provide a refreshing intermission from the non-stop political coverage that is standard for an election year such as this, famed quarterback Tim Tebow and his Denver Broncos will square off against the New England Patriots tonight in prime time in what TV execs say could the highest rated playoff game ever.
Interest in the game is at a fever pitch on the strength of Tebow's nationwide popularity as a Christian who is unashamed and unafraid to take a public stand for his faith. It certainly doesn't hurt that the Denver quarterback is exceptional in his game, just as he was when he rose to fame during his college days as the star quarterback for the Florida Gators.
The highly respected veteran Oklahoma journalist, Mike McCarville, provides an insightful article today on the Tiebow factor and its inherent intermission from the news of politics.

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