Tim Tebow’s New ‘Heisman House’ Commercial Is Amazing

first_imgTim Tebow wearing an orange beanie, a gold chain and a green vest in a commercial.The new Tim Tebow Heisman commercial is amazing. Watch it below.Former Florida Gators quarterback Tim Tebow, who has been in the news recently for his attempt to play baseball professionally, is the new star of a Nissan ‘Heisman House’ commercial that is sure to make the rounds. In the clip, Tebow and fellow former Florida signal-caller Danny Wuerffel are the stars of a music video that is dedicated to the Gators.It’s eventually revealed that Tebow is fast asleep in his bed at the ‘Heisman House’ – he’s dreaming.Tebow was also part of another Nissan ‘Heisman House’ commercial that was released yesterday. In that one, which is focused on former Alabama running back Derrick Henry, Tebow is lifting weights with one arm.Tebow shared the new video with his followers on social media on Thursday.In Tebow’s illustrious college career, he helped Florida win two national titles. In four seasons, he threw for 9,286 yards and 88 touchdowns against just 15 interceptions. He also rushed for 57 scores.Tebow won the 2007 Heisman Trophy in a close race over Arkansas running back Darren McFadden. The rest of the top ten featured Hawaii’s Colt Brennan, Missouri’s Chase Daniel, Oregon’s Dennis Dixon, West Virginia’s Pat White, Boston College’s Matt Ryan, UCF’s Kevin Smith, LSU’s Glenn Dorsey and Virginia’s Chris Long.Tebow’s NFL career was not quite as successful, but he did help the Denver Broncos win a playoff game back during the 2011 season. He signed with the New York Jets in 2012 but never got another shot at being a starter. In his there years as a pro, he threw for 2,422 yards, 17 touchdowns and nine interceptions. He started 14 of his 34 games.In addition to trying his hand at baseball, Tebow is a college football analyst for the SEC Network. It’s unclear whether he’ll have to give that up if he signs with a team.last_img read more

QMJHL Roundup Sea Dogs top Foreurs 43 in OT to snap 17game

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — The Saint John Sea Dogs’ franchise-record winless streak is over.Robbie Burt scored twice in regulation and added another in overtime for the hat trick as the Sea Dogs topped the Val-d’Or Foreurs 4-3 on Friday to snap a 17-game losing streak in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action.Burt beat Jonathan Lemieux to notch the game-winning goal at 2:24 in the extra frame. Lemieux finished with 41 saves for Val-d’Or.Charlie DesRoches also scored for the Sea Dogs (3-21-3). Michael Campoli and William Villeneuve tacked on two assists apiece.Nicolas Ouellet, Jacob Gaucher and Jeremy Michel supplied the offence for the Foreurs (10-14-4).Alex D’Orio turned aside 36 shots for Saint John.Both the Sea Dogs and Foreurs cashed in on 1-of-5 power-play chances.—ISLANDERS 2 TITAN 1CHARLOTTETOWN — Cole Edwards scored the third-period winner as Charlottetown squeaked by Acadie-Bathurst for its sixth win in its past eight games.Derek Gentile also scored for the Islanders (17-7-3) Liam Murphy scored for the Titan (5-21-1).Dakota Lund-Cornish kicked out 18 shots for Charlottetown. Mark Grametbauer turned aside 44 shots in the loss.—WILDCATS 6 PHOENIX 3SHERBROOKE, Que. — Jakob Pelletier had a goal and an assist as Moncton doubled up Sherbrooke.Jeremy McKenna, Adam Capannelli, Jacob Stewart, Dylan Seitz and Mika Cyr also found the back of the net for the Wildcats (21-6-2). Nathael Roy, Patrick Guay and Alex-Olivier Voyer replied for the Phoenix (15-10-2).Francis Leclerc turned away 36 shots for Moncton. Thommy Monette stopped 25 shots for Sherbrooke.—REMPARTS 3 SAGUENEENS 2 (OT)CHICOUTIMI, Que. — Philipp Kurashev scored 33 seconds into overtime as Quebec edged the Sagueneens.Aleksei Sergeev and Gabriel Montreuil also scored for the Remparts (12-11-5). Justin Ducharme and Zachary Lavigne answered for the Sagueneens (11-9-7).Dereck Baribeau stopped 22 shots for Quebec. Alexis Shank turned away 26 shots for Chicoutimi.—VOLTIGEURS 7 OLYMPIQUES 3DRUMMONDVILLE, Que. — Joseph Veleno scored twice and added an assist as Drummondville plowed through Gatineau for its fifth consecutive win.Pavel Koltygin added a pair of goals, while Maxime Comtois, Dawson Mercer and Gregor MacLeod had singles for the Voltigeurs (19-6-1). Charles-Antoine Roy, Darien Kielb and Shawn Boudrias supplied the offence for the Olympiques (10-14-3).Olivier Rodrigue kicked out 18 shots for Drummondville. Creed Jones combined with Tristan Berube for 34 saves for Gatineau.—OCEANIC 6 TIGRES 1RIMOUSKI, Que. — Jimmy Huntington had a pair of goals as the Rimouski cruised past Victoriaville Tigres for its sixth win in its past seven games.Frederyck Janvier, Alexis Lafreniere, Cedric Pare and Parker Bowman also got on the score sheet for the Oceanic (16-9-2). Egor Serdyuk scored the lone goal for the Tigres (11-13-3).Carmine-Anthony Pagliarulo turned away 22 shots for Rimouski. Fabio Iacobo made 19 saves before being spelled by Vincent Paquette, who made nine saves in the third period.—MOOSEHEADS 5 CATARACTES 2SHAWINIGAN, Que. — Samuel Asselin scored a hat trick and tacked on an assist as Halifax dropped Shawinigan.Raphael Lavoie and Xavier Parent also scored for the Mooseheads (18-7-1). Mathieu Boulianne and Gabriel Denis replied for the Cataractes (7-18-2).Alexis Gravel turned away 14 shots for Halifax. Antoine Coulombe made 37 saves for Shawinigan.—— This roundup was generated automatically with a CP-developed application.The Canadian Press read more