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    I still find it hilarious vitor thinks Jesus helps him punch this shit out of people. Just saying.

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    I think its funny you can't see why it does.

    Have you not heard what guys with deep faith feel when they go into competition? Tebow said he can legitimately let everything go and not worry about winning or losing because it's in gods hands. Vitor says similar.

    Agree or disagree with their faith, but you must admit absolving oneself of all fear and stress is a major help in any competition. If you want proof, look at the ferocity with which those of great faith have fought wars over the years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SimpleJack View Post
    Agree or disagree with their faith, but you must admit absolving oneself of all fear and stress is a major help in any competition. If you want proof, look at the ferocity with which those of great faith have fought wars over the years.
    You don't need religion for that. Just get a fleshlight!

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    Tim Tebow reference.. I feel dirty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sniggles View Post
    You don't need religion for that. Just get a fleshlight!
    If that absolves you of all pressure and stress over the outcome, then it's an equally powerful tool.

    I think people get too caught up in worrying about what the actual faith is and not how powerful living/performing without that pressure can be. It would have to be an absolutely HUGE advantage; especially for someone like Vitor who clearly has always had the tools but seemed to be mentally weak in big fights. We've always heard stories about guys who were monsters in sparring but wilted in the big show because of fear of letting others down. I think placing the fight in God or whoever/whatever's hands allows some of those guys to let go and just perform.

    On the Tebow reference, LOL.....That guy was essentially one game, ONE GAME vs. Bama away from going down as possibly the greatest college player of all-time and earning his second Heisman. That says something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SimpleJack View Post

    Have you not heard what guys with deep faith feel when they go into competition? Tebow said he can legitimately let everything go and not worry about winning or losing because it's in gods hands. Vitor says similar.

    Agree or disagree with their faith, but you must admit absolving oneself of all fear and stress is a major help in any competition. If you want proof, look at the ferocity with which those of great faith have fought wars over the years.
    Sounds like a great built in excuse if you fuck up.
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    If you win... God guided your hand and gave you strength.

    If you lose... God wanted to teach you a lesson.

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    [QUOTE=SimpleJack;1057514

    On the Tebow reference, LOL.....That guy was essentially one game, ONE GAME vs. Bama away from going down as possibly the greatest college player of all-time and earning his second Heisman. That says something.[/QUOTE]

    I never liked Tebow as a Pro or in college but i think he was the greatest college football player ever, even better than Barry Sanders.

    Johnny Manzeil may be better than Tebow in the long run if he stays in school another year but he's just an ass hat personality wise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Archie Griffin View Post
    I'm sorry, I can't hear you over the sound of me being the only person with two Heisman Trophies
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    You cannot tell me tebow didn't earn the he is an they gifted to Bradford. Period.

    How can you not give it to a guy who walks in after a loss, says we aren't losing again and he's sorry, then goes on a tear and wins the championship head to head with the guy you gifted it to.

    That's legendary shit.
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