Ahead of Friday’s Rocky Mountain Showdown, two stars of Colorado’s college football heyday engaged in some friendly ribbing during Xfinity Monday Live on CBS4.
Heisman Trophy winning running backs Rashaan Salaam of Colorado and Ricky Williams of Texas are among the stars making their first appearance on the College Football Hall of Fame ballot this year.
A Heisman Trophy, a riveting playoff game, an international following. Tim Tebow won all that in his football career. On Saturday, he lost his third NFL job in 18 months. It might be hard to find another.
Before he was Collin Klein “Heisman Finalist,” he was Collin Klein “Loveland’s Finest.” As the quarterback at Loveland High School, Klein was one of the top college prospects in the state. Now he’s looking to the NFL.
Former Denver Broncos quarterback Jake Plummer has been taking some time away from his retirement to help out a fellow quarterback from Colorado.
Tim Tebow owns more career playoff wins for the Denver Broncos than Peyton Manning, and Tebow’s brother has made his enjoyment in the schadenfreude of Denver’s demise perfectly clear.
Keith Miller was a bruising fullback out of the University of Colorado who never quite made it to the National Football League. He has, however, become a star at the Metropolitan Opera.
How did Tim Tebow get here? Well, it’s been an interesting ride.
For every time Tim Tebow finds his way into the end zone during another fourth-quarter comeback, pro-choice groups could be cashing in on the first-place quarterback.
Tim Tebow hit Eric Decker on a 56-yard touchdown pass, one of his only two completions in the game, helping the Denver Broncos to a 17-10 win over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.