Tebow Back In Gainesville, Meyer Releases Statement
Tim Tebow was back in Gainesville Sunday afternoon, less than a day after suffering a game-ending concussion against Kentucky Saturday night. Tebow was knocked out of the game in the third quarter following a hard tackle Wildcat's linebacker Taylor Wyndham and an inadvertent blow to the head from Marcus Gilbert on the same play. Tebow was released from a Lexington, Ky. area hospital Sunday morning, and following his arrival in Gainesville, Gators Head Coach Urban Meyer released the following statement:
"Tim is doing fine this morning. His CT scans came back and indicated that Tim suffered a concussion. Our medical and athletic training staff will continue to monitor him to determine how much rest and recovery he needs. We will have additional information and updates this week."
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