BYU's own Tim Tebow?

by | Oct. 28, 2011

Saints & Sports

A left-handed backup quarterback with a very average arm and penchant for running the ball comes off the bench to replace a struggling drop-back passer. Relying as much on his rushes as his passes, soon the new guy singlehandedly engineers a stunning comeback win to save his team's 2011 season.

This southpaw signal-caller slings the pigskin in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains. His matinee-idol good looks frame a chiseled physique. He plays on national TV, and developed maturity belying his years while volunteering in 2008 for an overseas Christian ministry. But because he is unmarried and adheres to a faith that frowns upon premarital sex, he's also a sought-after bachelor who sleeps alone every night.

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