Through My EyesAudiobook CD - 2011
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"My dad says that I wasn't much fun to throw with, even at age four. Apparently, even then I was a bit too intense and threw pretty hard." Tim Tebow on his early years.
"Mr. Tebow, your child is a miracle baby. I can't explain how it happened, but despite all odds, he beat them. Only a small part of the placenta was attached, but it was just enough to keep your babay nourished all these months." --What the attending physician at Tim's birth told his father.
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The rule was simple: If they wanted to watch "MacGyver," they had to memorize their scriptures for the week. This is the story of how Tim Tebow, his brothers, sisters, parents, and a dog named "Otis" grew up together, and how Tim's career took off from the time he was a little kid, all the way through his choice over where to play college football (the Gators won) to his being a first-round draft pick by the Denver Broncos. This is his life through his eyes: his home-schooling, his faith, his work-outs, how he views sports and competition. Great book, even for those who are not great football fans. Also, you got to know, that he had an uphill battle in getting coaches to let him play quarterback, ("wrong physique," he was told, "too athletic"). First sophomore to win the Heisman trophy. Great book. Audiobook version is read byTom Wayland, who does a fine job. ~ 10 hours long. The story is compelling, and the time goes fast.
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