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Just how marketable is Tim Tebow and why the fascination with him? In this edition of the football podcast, Seth and Maury talk the sensation and ask why the Broncos' quarterback is so popular. They also delve into technology that could mean bringing your favorite game to your device so you can watch it anywhere, including air travel.
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