ESPN going all-in with QB Tim Tebow (again)

By Adam Silverstein
January 12, 2012

ESPN announced early Thursday that the network has decided to spend another full hour of SportsCenter (11 a.m. – 12 p.m.) highlighting, discussing and debating one man – Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow.

The hour, which is expected to feature at least 10 separate segments on Tebow, will cover the NFL’s most debated player from a number of angles.

There will be a report with George Smith live from Denver; a highlight package from the Broncos’ loss to the New England Patriots in Week 15; a segment of people Tebowing across the nation; analysis by Mel Kiper, Jr.; a comparison between Tebowmania and other hysterias (Beatlemania, Fernandomania, Hulkamania); sound clips from Tebow this season; a look at the business end of Tebow; a flashback clip to the pep talk he gave the guys on the College Basketball GameDay set back in college; recent comments from Charles Barkley on Tebow; a “roundtable examining what makes Tebow so popular and polarizing” with Mike Greenberg, Herm Edwards, Hugh Douglas and Trevor Matich giving their opinions; and a ‘You Don’t Know Tim Tebow’ game show.

OGGOA will feature live coverage of TebowCenter for the entire one-hour period on Thursday via Twitter with a complete recap here on

One Comment

  1. one says:

    Ok, this is ridiculous. A comparison between Tebowmania and other hysterias? I’ll be at school but with this type of coverage, I don’t want to be sick of hearing about my favorite Gator. 🙁

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