December 16, 2011 by staff
Tebowing Suspensions, Visitors to Tebowing.com can see images from around the world of people striking the signature pose — going down on one knee and putting head in hand — made famous by Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow. There is a picture of someone “Tebowing” in Grand Central Station in Manhattan, Olympic gold medalist Lindsey Vonn “Tebowing” after finishing first in a major ski event and even someone doing it the Forbidden City in China.
It seems like Tebowing has been embraced everywhere… except for Riverhead High School in Long Island, N.Y.
Despite the fact that the “No Fun League” didn’t penalize Lions linebacker Stephen Tulloch for Tebowing over Tebow after a sack, this sort of behavior has drawn a harsh penalty at a New York high school. Four student athletes at Riverhead High were suspended after staging a Tebowing session in a school hallway.
Connor Carroll, a senior at the school, told Pep Rally, the Yahoo! high school sports blog , that the school administration suspended each of the four students for one day. In the video posted above, several students join in. Yet, only four students — three football players (including Carroll and his brother) and one soccer player — were given one-day suspensions. The school’s administration cited blocking the hallways as the reason for the suspensions. According to the Riverhead Patch, Superintendent Nancy Carney released a statement on the suspensions:
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