Trophies and awards typically sit on shelves and collect dust or are boxed away for no one to see.
But not in the world of Tim Tebow, who won the 2007 Heisman Trophy as college football’s most outstanding player.
“Every year or every six months, I’ve used it to auction off for a charity for people to keep in their homes,” Tebow told Dan Patrick of The Dan Patrick Show this week.
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— Dan Patrick Show (@dpshow) September 20, 2022
All total, more than $1 million has been raised over the years. Country singer Luke Bryan was the most recent temporary owner. Kathie Lee Gifford was the first.
Tebow, an ESPN football analyst and former quarterback for the Florida Gators, said he wants his Heisman…