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ESPN’s "SportsCenter" is planning to dedicate an entire hour-long program to the Tim Tebow phenomenon. Barring major breaking news, the show from 2-3 p.m. ET Wednesday will be dedicated to the young Denver Broncos quarterback. Tebow has brought his team into the playoff mix by winning six of seven starts this season and five games in a row.
Here are some of segments that are planned for the show:
Highlights of Tebow’ comebacks.
Josina Anderson reports live from the Broncos facility.
Jerry Rice will break down Tebow’s development as a passer.
Steve Young will discuss Tebow’s future and how the Broncos should handle him.
An Ed Werder feature: “Winning the Tebow Way."
The debate over Tebow with Skip Bayless.
The top-10 Tebow moments, which will include his Florida days.
An examination of Tebow’s impact on fantasy football.
Meanwhile, Fox and CBS are reportedly battling over broadcasting Denver’s game against visiting New England on Dec. 18. NBC wants to flex the game to the Sunday night game. The game is currently set to start at 4:15 p.m. ET on CBS. The current night game is Baltimore at San Diego.
However, CBS and the Patriots are reportedly fighting the flex. The deadline is 12 days before the game. However, the Ravens tweeted the final decision will be made Wednesday.
ESPN’s "SportsCenter" is planning to dedicate an entire hour-long program to the Tim Tebow phenomenon. Barring major breaking news, the show from 2-3 p.