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Tebow and SEC Nation crew attempt to recreate Gators ‘human bicycle’ celebration

Tebow and SEC Nation crew attempt to recreate Gators ‘human bicycle’ celebration (via Qpute.com)


Florida celebrated a trick-play touchdown last week by creating a human bicycle on the sidelines. Former Gator Tim Tebow and the rest of the SEC Nation crew found out firsthand how tough it is to get everyone in place for the celebration after attempting and failing to do get it right.

The impromptu attempt came after the Gators’ version of the celebration appeared during “Y’all,” a weekly segment that looks back on botched plays and quirky moments from the week prior. Tebow and Jordan Rogers initiated the plan as the main pieces of the bike, and Roman Harper joined quickly to serve as the handlebars.

Things went fine until the crew realized they were missing Marty Smith as the wheels. Laura Rutledge tried to send Smith over but he didn’t know where to fit it. Then, it happened. Tebow sent Rodgers flying and onto the ground.

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Rutledge checked on Rodgers and the group had a good laugh before watching the episode back on replay a segment later. Tebow asked jokingly where Paul Finebaum was after the senior analyst looked on, perhaps with some joy, while the whole thing unfolded.

Everyone gets an A for effort (except Marty Smith), and it’s pretty clear what will be the lead clip for next week’s “Y’all.”

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