Tebow Suffers Hand Injury
Super Sophomore Tim Tebow suffered a broken hand to his non-throwing right hand.
According to the University Athletics Association, Tebow injured the hand when he scored his 2nd of two rushing touchdowns (4th overall in the game) to cap the opening scoring drive in the 3rd quarter.
Tebow had the hand looked at on the sidelines following the play, but said he was OK to return to the game.
Tebow ended up throwing his 3rd touchdown of the game (5th overall) later on to help lead Florida to the 45-12 win over Florida State.
Tebow will wear a cast on the right hand for a couple of weeks, but is expected to be fine by the time the Gators Bowl Game comes around.
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