Kentucky may lose Hartline for season; injuries strike 'Noles and Hurricanes
GAINESVILLE, Fla. - Tim Tebow's post-concussion evaluations included computer tests, reaction tests, eye-focusing tests, balancing tests, motion-sickness tests, MRI exams and CT scans.
He's still doing some of them, too.
Florida's star quarterback said Monday that team doctors examined him before, during and after Saturday night's 13-3 victory at LSU.
"They've been checking up on me, just like any concussion," he said. "I don't really have to do the same thing as far as the extent of the test, but they are still checking on me, doing little balance tests and eye tests."
The 2007 Heisman Trophy winner doesn't know when the tests will end, either.
"I just do what they tell me," he said.
UK's Hartline out with MCL tear. Kentucky will have a new starter at quarterback this week when the Wildcats travel to Auburn.
Coach Rich Brooks announced that starter Mike Hartline suffered a complete tear of his medial collateral ligament during Saturday's loss to South Carolina. Brooks says the MCL will not require surgery, but Hartline will possibly be out the rest of the season.
Junior Will Fidler, and freshman Morgan Newton will compete for the starting job during the week.