On Sept. 26, 2009, Florida Gators quarterback Tim Tebow collided with an "iceberg" and went down hard and fast on the green grass of Kentucky.
According to Gators insider, Tailgate Joe - this is a story about survivors - yet, very few journalists write about it. It tells of how Coach Urban Meyer learned from the real life epic and movie titled "Titanic."
"Tim Tebow will not practice Monday because he is not cleared to play," Tailgate Joe said. "Coach Meyer is talking about floating above the icy waters and finding the mental, physical and spiritual passion and inspiration to survive."
Survival is defined as a natural process in which adapting to the environment results in the evolution of the organism. If there's one thing the Gators know - it is how to survive in the best and the worst conditions.
"Tim Tebow has been spotted in class, on campus, the food market and on the practice field melting the ice and keeping the dream alive and well with his mere presence," Tailgate Joe said.
Urban Meyer III was born July 10, 1964 in Ashtabula, Ohio - seven years later he was grooving to a new album released by Grand Funk Railroad, produced at Cleveland Recording titled "Survival."
"The bottom line in 'The Swamp' this week is - 'lessons learned,'" Tailgate Joe said. "Coach Meyer is using history to remind his troops to focus on the little things. The word in Gator Nation is - 'Survive The Jive' and, remember the Titanic."
"They said the Titanic was unsinkable - so, the Gators are fired up and ready to melt any and all icebergs in our way," a player concluded.