Tim Tebow’s the kind of sports role model we need

Katie Hinderer | 13 December 2011
But his ability to turn a game around in the 4th quarter is not what has critics in a tizzy. It’s the fact that through it all he has remained a spiritual and seemingly well-balanced and grounded guy.
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