BROKEN RECORD: Stephen A. Smith Says ‘My Friend Tim Tebow’ 6 Times In 40 Seconds
Jake ODonnell 12:26 pm, November 17th, 2014
Western Michigan has broken the fourth wall and injected ESPN friend hoarder Stephen A. Smith into a televised sporting event. Their coaching staff has reasoned that holding up pictures of Smith, a clock, Tim Tebow and a farmer should signify a deep end zone fade route. Let's break that down, shall we?
A clock obviously is a reference to time, which signifies the protection package to give the quarterback as much time as possible.
A farmer works all the livelong day, which FADES into night -- so there's your pass route.
And Tim Tebow and Stephen A. Smith are soul mates, which lets the quarterback know he has to make a DEEP CONNECTION with his wide receiver furthest down field.
Watch S.A.S. say "My friend" in reference to Tim Tebow six freakin' times in the span of 40 seconds on live TV. Feel free to call your cable operator and complain.
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