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Tebow's Performance Is Fitting Farewell

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So it's time to go.

Tim Tebow said goodbye as only he could.

As for his head coach, who knows?

But if this is the one Urban Meyer takes to the beach or a needlepoint class - or onto prospective recruiting text messages - it will do.

The Nation teetered on the brink a week ago.

But if questions remain about the condition of Meyer's heart, there were none when it came to his team in the Sugar Bowl on Friday night - or his quarterback, as if there ever were any about him. Just ask Cincinnati, swallowed whole by the Gators, 51-24.

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