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Tebow suffers bell-ringing concussion
The leading candidate for the 2009 Heisman Trophy, Tim Tebow, suffered a concussion in a win over Kentucky late last month. This Saturday the Gators take on LSU in Baton Rouge, and a questionable Tebow could be the difference maker. Luckily for Gator fans, the concussion appears to be Tebow’s first. During the past week the two-time national champ took a variety of balance and memory tests, the results of which will play a key role in determining the time of his return.

Indians skipper gone; kind of
Cleveland Indians manager Eric Wedge has been fired after a 560-568 record in seven seasons with the Indians. He was let go by the ballclub with several games remaining on the schedule. Wedge will stay on to manage the Indians through the rest of the 2009 season. He was named the 2007 manager of the year and has recorded the fifth-most wins all-time in team history.