Even those who aren't fans of football have probably heard of Tim Tebow, the controversial faith keeper and starting quarterback for the Denver Broncos who is defying odds on the field.
Despite enduring a barrage of criticism over being an openly devout Christian, Tebow pulled off what is behing hailed another miracle this weekend against the Bears.
The Washington Post reported:
Tebow drove the Broncos downfield and Matt Prater, whose 59-yard field goal with 3 seconds left in regulation tied it, booted a 51-yarder with 8:34 left in overtime to give Denver an improbable 13-10 win.
“If you believe,” Tebow said, “then unbelievable things can sometimes be possible.”
And Tebow's observations were precisely the topic Glenn, Pat and Stu were discussing during Monday's radio broadcast. Is it Tebow's faith that makes him such a good football player?
Watch Glenn and his crew talk about faith, sports and god in this entertaining clip below: