247 Sports: Tim Tebow discusses good works of WSU global supply chain student

Seven weeks into the college football season there are no shortage of storylines to examine. To help sort through the clutter, Heisman-winning quarterback and ESPN analyst Tim Tebow joined 247Sports to answer a few questions about the first half of the season and beyond. Tebow, speaking on behalf of the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team, hit on topics ranging from Florida's future quarterback situation to who is the early Heisman Trophy favorite. What goes into narrowing down the list down to 22 for the Good Works Team? “There are submissions from, I believe, 137 different schools. It’s a process that everybody that is a part of it takes very seriously. When I go through, I read all these kids bios, everything they do in their community – all the mission trips they take – and take it very seriously...You can only pick 22...One of my favorite stories this year is from Luke Bevilacqua from Wayne State who donated his bone marrow to save a stranger’s life. You don’t get that every day,” Tebow said.

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