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Hard Work beats Talent when Talent doesn't work hard

Posted Sunday, April 21, 2013 by Brandon Overdorff

Tim Tebow stated this past week in Altoona, that one of the Mantra's he pushed himself with was, "Hard Work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard." He said he envisioned that everyone else was out there working to get better also and that drove him to work on every aspect of his game. You can look at that quote from both ends, if you are blessed with great athletic ability, and you don't work hard, someone will catch up to you, or if you are not as blessed athletically, the only way to compete and catch up is to work harder than those that are. Either way, the only chance of becoming as great as you can be, is to work as hard as you can towards your goal. The following varsity guys understand that and put in a 5 day work week: Gavin Ewing, Quentin Woods, Tommy McGee, Will Syster, Jason Phillips, Dakota Ewing, Hunter Rice.

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