Sunday, December 6, 2009

Dear Tim Tebow


Tim,


I know you are an emotional guy and you are upset at losing, but let me let you in on a little secret.

YOU DID NOT LOSE THE GAME TONIGHT. The Florida Gators lost the game.

Over the last four years, you have shown your emotions and the media has just eaten it up. And when you made your famous speech last year, you seemed to take responsibility for a loss in a game that your team lost 31-30. When you lose a game where the other team scores 31 points, its not your fault.

And tonight, Florida was out manned by a better all-around football team. You played your best and that's all you could. You've won a Heisman trophy and a pair of national championships. No matter how much you cry, I will never feel sorry for you and no one else should either.

Sincerely,

College Football Fans Across the Country

3 comments:

kmo said...

Well said, sir.

BFR said...

Dear Tim Tebow,

No matter how many national championships & Heisman trophies you win, no matter how much you try to take responsibility for the short-comings of your team, and no matter what promises you make to play harder, work harder, etc., I will always hate you & enjoy watching you cry.

BulldogBry said...

PS. You better learn to lose the right way when/if you get to the NFL. Crying at that level will get you bent over back room training table faster than you can say 'circumcision'.