How do you ruin an otherwise-great sporting event? Have a phone conversation with Tim Tebow, of course.
Demonstrating an incessant desire to get in the sack with the Gators QB, ESPN had their softball announcers conduct a phone interview with Tebow in the third inning of the Washington-Florida Women’s College World Series championship game.
Tebow, proving once again that he’s still the most unlikable likable guy in America, iterated and reiterated the fact that Florida’s softball players “love each other.” Not unlike the way Tim Tebow loves the cock.
The worst part about all this, of course, is that Washington’s own football playing wunderkind sits mere feet away from that very broadcast booth and has yet to be acknowledged throughout this entire World Series. That’s right, in case you haven’t noticed, Jake Locker is in Oklahoma City cheering on the Husky softball team as we speak. How’s that for dedication?
Way to drop the ball ESPN. First you put John Kruk in the broadcast booth where he sits helplessly pondering why there’s 10 players on the field, then you go all high and mighty on us by propogandizing America with Gator Blue Tebow Kool-Aid. This absolute show of disgrace ranks right up there with the firing of Harold Reynolds for spreading hugs and goodwill around the workplace.