Tebow was almost t-boned
Tim Tebow, the quarterback for the University of Florida Gators football team is the first sophomore in history to win the coveted Heisman Trophy Award.

The Heisman Trophy is given to the most outstanding college football player for the year.

Tebow's impressive record for a sophomore includes many other awards other than the Heisman and it's probably safe to say that Gators fans are extremely proud of this young mans achievements.

But it's good thing his mother was a Christian who did not believe in abortion, otherwise Darren McFadden of the Arkansas Razorbacks would have been the winner, having been this year's runner-up.

Tim's mother was advised to have an abortion when she was pregnant with Tim because the doctors determined that because of her medical treatments from dysentery the child in her womb would be "irreversibly damaged."

Thank God she did not listen to her doctors.

It makes you wonder though. How many other people who were "irreversibly damaged" have been aborted and what would they have accomplished?

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