Tim Tebow Released From Hospital

Gainesville, Fla. -- University of Florida quarterback Tim Tebow was released from University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center Sunday morning after being held overnight for precautionary reasons.

The 2007 Heisman Trophy winner was having a remarkable game for Florida before being injured in the 41-7 SEC East victory.

Tim Tebow, who ran for 123 yards and two touchdowns and threw for 105 yards and a touchdown was sacked and collided with a teammate causing him to be knocked unconscious.

Tebow stayed overnight in Lexington after being sent by ambulance to a local hospital during the game.

"Tim is doing fine this morning," said head coach Urban Meyer. "His CT scans came back and indicated that Tim suffered a concussion. Our medical and athletic training staff will continue to monitor him to determine how much rest and recovery he needs. We will have additional information and updates this week."

It will be up to team doctors to determine whether Tebow will be able to play against LSU in two weeks. The Gators have a week off next weekend.

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