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Tim Tebow met with his old coach Urban Meyer current team, Ohio State, on Wednesday night as the team prepares to play Alabama in the first round of the inaugural College Football Playoffs.

By Extra Mustard
December 18, 2014

Tim Tebow met with his old coach Urban Meyer's current team, Ohio State, on Wednesday night as the team prepares to play Alabama in the first round of the inaugural College Football Playoff.

Meyer and Tebow won National Championships in 2007 and 2009 with the Florida Gators, and now the two are linking up again to help the Buckeyes bring in a title of their own.

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Tebow's Gators met the Crimson Tide in multiple high-profile games during the quarterback's time in Gainesville. No. 2 Florida topped No. 1 Alabama in the 2008 SEC Championship game, helping the Gators reach the BCS National Championship for the second time in three seasons. The following year, No. 2 Alabama beat No. 1 Florida 32-13 in the SEC Championship, denying the Gators a shot at another title in Tebow's senior year. 

Tebow has his own bowl game to prepare for, as he will be entering the announcing booth for the first time for the Chik-fil-A Peach Bowl between No. 6 TCU and No. 9 Ole Miss.

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