Tim Tebow confirms documentary on infamous 2008 Florida team is in the works

One of the most famous or notorious college football teams in the history of the sport comes from nearby.
After months of speculation, Florida Gator legend Tim Tebow confirmed that a documentary for the 2008 Florida national title team on Mackenzie Salmon on Sports Seriously is in the works.
"I'm not sure what to say about that yet," said a reluctant Tebow, trying not to give details. "But I want to get a chance to actually see it."
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Of course, the '08' Gators are remembered for beating the Oklahoma Sooners 13-1 in the national championship game that season. But today it's mostly known as the Gators team, which had the likes of Aaron Hernandez, Riley Cooper and Percy Harvin on the roster.
Head Coach Urban Meyer and Tebow are expected to be key characters to be interviewed in the documentary. Not wanting to give too much away, the Gator legend admitted it was fun looking back on college football's legendary season.
"It was fun to have the chance to film it and I'll tell you what some really fun years those were. It's one of the special times of my life and it's going to be really fun to look back on with some of my teammates."
Story originally appeared on Gators Wire
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