Tebow Plays, Defense Leads the Way over LSU

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - Tim Tebow arrived at raucous Death
Valley ready to play. Then No. 1 Florida's defense left No. 4 LSU
in a daze.

Two weeks after suffering a concussion, Tebow and the Gators'
swarming defense silenced the largest crowd in the history of Tiger
Stadium with a 13-3 victory Saturday night.

The day began with Tebow's status uncertain for what looked like
the defending national champions' toughest regular-season test.

By the time it was over, Tebow had thrown a touchdown pass and
Brandon Spikes had a led Florida defense that sacked Jordan
Jefferson five times.

Most of the record crowd of 93,129 fans who partied all day and
roared like a jet engine after kickoff were heading for the exits
with 2½ minutes left to play.