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LOOK: Benny Snell showing Tim Tebow UK Football’s training facility

Tim Tebow drew the ire of the Big Blue Nation earlier this season when he said Kentucky didn’t have the facilities to compete in the SEC. With SEC Nation in town, it looks like Tebow’s getting a firsthand look at Kentucky’s $45 million training center, which opened in 2016.

Susan Lax, UK’s Director of Athletics Communications and Public Relations, shared this video of Tebow in the weight room with Benny Snell on Instagram:

I can’t wait to see that segment tomorrow.

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18 Comments for LOOK: Benny Snell showing Tim Tebow UK Football’s training facility



  1. BluKudzu
    5:50 pm November 2, 2018 Permalink

    Tuck Febow.



    • BBNDan7
      6:01 pm November 2, 2018 Permalink

      Agreed



    • zoupman
      8:12 pm November 2, 2018 Permalink

      Not nice. It’s cool he is helping call attention to how great our facilities are now.



    • Msb769
      11:59 pm November 2, 2018 Permalink

      Hes not helping, his employer told him to do it, so he had to. Hes not doing it out of his own free will. He even bashed FL for losing to UK a couple days after the game.



  2. KYFAN4LYFE
    6:11 pm November 2, 2018 Permalink

    Somewhere Skip Bayless is still lobbying for Tebow to get a shot at as an NFL starting QB.



  3. gwhittle
    6:11 pm November 2, 2018 Permalink

    Have to give Tebow credit for being a good sport about it.



  4. Wade
    6:12 pm November 2, 2018 Permalink

    I would have said no!he can tour it himself and go tell florida they’re doing the right think by imitating Kentuckys like duke does in basketball! Follow in line haters!



  5. dcforuk
    6:26 pm November 2, 2018 Permalink

    The only mistake is the mistake not learned from. I’ve progressively gotten better at not assuming “too much” but you have to be careful when making statements like he did. Otherwise, you end up looking foolish! Per a book entitled “Take the Stairs”, “Success is never owned. It is only rented and the rent is due everyday!” Just because we did and said the right thing yesterday doesn’t mean we will today!



  6. ClutchCargo
    6:39 pm November 2, 2018 Permalink

    I only want to watch that if Taylor Wyndham is hiding around the corner waiting to knock his ass out. lol



  7. TheAssman
    6:46 pm November 2, 2018 Permalink

    He should have gotten Taylor Wyndham to give him that tour.



  8. CombatMedic_98
    6:58 pm November 2, 2018 Permalink

    LOL. He’s a humble servant and man of his word…



    • Thetruthshallsetbennyfree
      6:44 am November 3, 2018 Permalink

      Combatmedic98 sees a white qb and immediately goes for the lube. It doesn’t matter what team he plays for.



  9. Larkin123
    7:52 pm November 2, 2018 Permalink

    Tim was concussed last time was here… give him a break?



  10. Bluebloodtoo
    9:44 pm November 2, 2018 Permalink

    It’s always nice to see Mr Tebow being mature and impartial when appropriate.



  11. Marc
    9:46 pm November 2, 2018 Permalink

    There have been a lot of folks in the media that have been way behind the curve on Kentucky football, but they are catching up now. I don’t think Tebow’s statement was derogatory I think he was simply misinformed. He manned up and took the tour with Benny so I say it’s all good.



    • Msb769
      11:57 pm November 2, 2018 Permalink

      Prob only because he had to. Not because he wanted to ?



    • Levibooty
      7:32 am November 3, 2018 Permalink

      So what does it say about Tebow that not only did he not know what he was talking about (result of not doing his job) but he was then obstinate when Finebaum tried to bale him out with the truth? Did he learn his lesson? Apparently not because yesterday he was talking about when Kentucky in 2007 beat #1 LSU in Death Valley. You cannot trust what he says.