It Makes Sooo Much Sense Now, Florida Gator's Tim Tebow Is a Virgin

Bare KnucksAnalyst IJuly 24, 2009

GAINESVILLE, FL - APRIL 18: Quarterback Tim Tebow #15 of the University of Florida celebrates after the spring football orange and blue game April 18, 2009 at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in Gainesville, Florida.  (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)

It comes to no surprise that Tim Tebow is a virgin. Clay Travis, a columnist for, asked the Florida quarterback if he was “saving himself for marriage” and Tebow answered “yes, I am.”

While the females probably think this is adorable and the devout Christians think this is a grand act, I think it is ridiculously lame. You’ve got an opportunity as a star college player to get with some of the most beautiful women on campus, in the state of Florida nonetheless, and you are going to wait until marriage to have intercourse? Lame!

I’m surprised the question hasn’t arisen already, but since it hasn’t, we at have no problem being the first to pose this inquiry; Is Tebow even attracted to females? All I’ve seen are pictures of the golden boy QB circumcising Phillipino boys! Not that it takes away from his play on the field, but it seems like something that should be questioned. Regardless of his sexual preferences, Tim Tebow is a lame dude. Great college football player, but a lame, Pleasantville wannabe!

My bit of advice to Timmy; go out and get some random play from the campus’s hottest women while you can as a college star, because I’m not sure if 7th round back up fullbacks in the NFL reel in the dime pieces! Or maybe make a deal to yourself if you win a consecutive National Championship and another Heisman trophy this season that you will finally get laid! A little extra incentive!

On a different note: who do you think was the only SEC coach to not vote Tim Tebow to the preseason All-SEC team? My first guess would have been sleaze ball Lane Kiffin from UT, but several coaches have come out publicly to announce they cast a vote for Tebow, Kiffin being one of them. Apparently it has been narrowed down to LSU’s Les Miles, South Carolina’s Steve Spurrier or Auburn’s Gene Chizik. Who do ya got? [Sports news you can drink a beer to -]