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“NFL rules prohibit eye-black messages, so Tebow now cites the Bible on Twitter to almost 600,000 followers on the mornings of Broncos games.”
“Even on a mostly overcast day in Ann Arbor, players wore eye-black on their cheeks.”
“Jackson - or THA1, as he's taken to writing on his eye-black patches to promote his high-school nickname - finished off the Bruins with his third punt return for a score this season, tying the Pac-10 record in the third quarter.”
“After being ejected from a game in 1999, then Mets manager Bobby Valentine returns to the dugout with shades and a crude, Groucho-esque, eye-black mustache.”
“His left eye-black as a painted window'throbbed behind the gauze.”
“Broncos star Tim Tebow once touted the Bible passage John 3:16 on his eye-black during his days as a Florida Gator, but the scripture passage...”
“He often chalked biblical verses, such as John 3:16, on the eye-black strips players apply to their cheekbones to cut glare, prompting the NCAA to ban such messages the season after he finished his college career.”
“Last week, as the San Francisco 49ers defence sauntered onto the field, safety Dashon Goldson wore eye-black and full pads.”
“We may argue over whether his outspoken Christian piety - the home-schooled Heisman Trophy winner is known for eye-black evangelizing - makes him more likable to fans or more likely to induce eye-rolling for his wholesomeness.”
“Krattenmaker and Dodd point to the "John 3:16" eye-black Tebow wore in college at Florida as the tipping point.”
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