By Jeff Labrecque
December 13, 2011 at 04:59 PM EST
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Tim Tebow has been a folk hero ever since he strapped on a helmet at the University of Florida. In college, the son of Christian missionaries won the Heisman Trophy and led the Gators to two national titles. Pro scouts dismissed — and continue to doubt — his unorthodox mechanics and unique skill set, but this season, he’s added to his legend by reversing the fortunes of the Denver Broncos with an unbelievable stretch of miraculous last-minute comebacks that has the once 1-4 Broncs on the cusp of the playoffs.

More importantly, he’s been immortalized in song, most recently by the mixers at ESPN. Like Tebow himself, it’s primitive but ultimately entertaining. Watch.

Before “All He Does Is Win,” there was “The Tim Tebow Song.”

I still think Tebow deserves something a little more country, a little more banjo and harmonica. I’m not asking for “The Hurricane,” but a Rocky Mountain version of “Joltin’ Joe” seems in order.

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