As Tebow Leaves in Style, Meyer Is Coming Back

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This wasn't a bowl game. It was a religious revival, an inspirational sendoff in a domed stadium that spiritually was transformed into the Temple of Tebow. You knew the scene would be emotional enough Friday night as the final game at Florida for Tim Tebow, college football's version of Mother Teresa, the closest thing you'll see to a missionary man on an American campus and quite possibly the only 22-year-old matinee idol who still qualifies as an avowed virgin.

I mean, who concludes a career that boasts two national titles and a Heisman Trophy by hoping he'll be remembered as a...

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