We thought everything was safe, [but there was still no power]. We be asked the question, do we need electricity? Well, that something we think is important. But to them, it it not. Scottsdale Scorpions outfielder Tim Tebow, center, comforts a fan, on ground, who was suffering a seizure, following Tebow’s debut against the Glendale Desert Dogs in a baseball game.Tim Tebow comforted a fan who was having a seizure, praying and talking college football with the man after the former NFL quarterback played his first baseball game in the Arizona Fall League.”I just remember just being very disoriented,” Brandon Berry told The Associated Press by phone. “Then I saw Tim.”Berry had the seizure Tuesday following a game in Glendale, Arizona, held at Camelback Ranch, the spring training home for two major league teams. Tebow stayed with Berry for 15 to 20 minutes until paramedics took him from the stadium.The 30 year old said he was OK at home in nearby Avondale after being released from the hospital.Berry said he doesn’t remember much after the seizure, except that he told the 2007 Heisman Trophy winner that he cheered for Georgia an SEC rival of Tebow’s Florida Gators.Daniel Kelly, a Tebow fan from Casa Grande, said he met Berry early in the game.
Got to be kidding. They start way up there? Doreen Schlaffley of Eau Claire said as she looked skyward at the elevated, far away start. Cow. James’ versatility was on full display during the Danger’s 86 43 Intense Conference Championship victory over the Tri Cities Fever. James reached the end zone in three different ways; rushing, receiving, and he also returned a kick for a TD. The Danger will hope for a similar effort in next week’s United Bowl..
For James it was meaningful, because unlike many parents, his son is still here and he cheering him on to higher heights.”The fact that he doing good in school and he out here playing and he a part of it. It like he a normal high school kid for the first time. It a dream come true,” says James..
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