Florida quarterback Tim Tebow is back home after spending the night in a hospital because of a concussion. How long before he plays again is now the big question facing the Gators.
Tebow was released from a Lexington, Ky., hospital Sunday morning, about 12 hours after suffering a concussion in the Gators' 41-7 victory at Kentucky. He was held for precautionary reasons and tests.
"Tim is doing fine this morning," said Coach Urban Meyer, who stayed behind with Tebow. "His CT scans came back and indicated that Tim suffered a concussion."
Tebow flew back to Gainesville, Fla., with Meyer and his family Sunday afternoon.
The top-ranked Gators (4-0) are off next week, then play at Louisiana State on Oct. 10. It might be several days, maybe longer, before Tebow's status becomes clearer.