Obama weighs in on Tebow, Penn State controversy

President Obama said Thursday that the New York Jets quarterback situation would make him “pretty nervous” if he were a fan of the team.

The Jets acquired Denver phenom Tim Tebow in the off-season, but are playing him as a backup to Mark Sanchez.

“I’ve got to tell you, I don’t like the idea of a quarterback controversy at the start of the season,” Obama said on Columbus’ 97.1 The Fan in a Thursday call-in appearance on The Common Man & The Torg’s radio program.

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