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Sports fans have one universal love: Hate - Longmont Times-Call
The sports world is full of die-hard fans. You know them. They are the people that paint their faces -- or bodies -- in team colors. Even during training camp. They are the people who make plans based on their favorite teams' schedule. You can hardly be around a fan like that if his or her team loses.

Tim Tebow's star still rises |
Tim Tebow was as high profile as any player in college football history.But his popularity seemed destined to dip once he entered the NFL, where he would be in the shadows of superstars Peyton Manning, Tom Brady and Ben Roethlisberger. Especially since Tebow was beginning his career as a backup and — according to an endless list of experts — more suited to play fullback than quarterback.

Could the NFL's lockout fuel another rival league? Hey, Tony! |
The ongoing lockout, Stanford's Andrew Luck and the neverending Colt McCoy debate are just some of the topics in this week's mailbag.

Tim Tebow book signing at Orlando Barnes & Noble draws hundreds - Orlando Sentinel
The battle cry came from a silver car driving through the parking lot. "Ohhhhhhhh, oh, oh," a guy shouted from the passenger seat. "How 'bout them 'Noles?" Some among a group of 60 Gators fans news: Tebow's autobiography debuts at No. 6 on NYT's best-seller list
Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow's autobiography debuted at No. 6 on The New York Times' best-seller list.

Rivalry Rewind: Broncos vs. Chargers 2008 " Predominantly Orange | A Denver Broncos Blog
Some of the most exciting games in team history have been intradivision clashes with AFC West foes. It is an NFL adage that division games count as two because of playoff implications and tiebreakers in the race for a division title.

Dolphins' Brandon Marshall's wife arrested after violating restraining order |
The wife of Miami Dolphin's star wide receiver Brandon Marshall is back in jail Friday afternoon after she was accused of violating a judge's order to stay away from her husband and the couple's home.