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Wyndham ready to move on from Tebow hit

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky sophomore defensive lineman
Taylor Wyndham says he still stumbles across video of the vicious
hit he laid on Florida star Tim Tebow last year, now he is ready to
move on.
Wyndham, who knocked the Heisman Trophy winner out of Florida's
41-7 win last year when he hit Tebow cleanly in the chest, says
he's not expecting any payback on Saturday when the Wildcats play
the Gators.
Tebow's head slammed into the leg of an offensive lineman on his
way to the ground and the quarterback ended up spending the night
in the hospital with a concussion.
Wyndham says he and Tebow never talked about the hit and he's a
little embarrassed that it is considered a big deal.
He'd rather be known for being a complete football player.
(Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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