Tebow Frustrated with Florida's Offensive Problems
Gator quarterback Tim Tebow is frustrated. He's tired of the interceptions, the sacks and the red-zone struggles. Although the top-ranked Gators are still undefeated heading into Saturday's game against Georgia, Tebow admits he would like to have "prettier" wins. But he adds that, "If they're all ugly, that's OK. We'll be undefeated."
Tebow also apologized Monday for blowing off postgame interviews
following Saturday's 29-19 victory at Mississippi State. Tebow says he wanted to hang out with family and former position coach, current MSU coach Dan Mullen. Tebow says Mullen told him to go win another national
championship. For that to happen, though, the Gators will need to perform
better near the goal line.
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