Tim Tebow Makes Video Game Cover, Loses Bible Verses

The video game NCAA Football 2011 came out last month, featuring Heisman-winning quarterback Tim Tebow on the cover. Fanhouse noticed something missing from Tebow's photo:

Tebow's EyeBlack didn't feature the single most iconic element of his uniform, the Bible verses scrawled into the EyeBlack. These Bible verses came to define Tebow, a warrior on the gridiron who subsumed his athleticism to a higher power.

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