Country star Luke Bryan is really proud of himself when it comes to being a prankster. The “American Judge” has apparently met his equal in that regard in the form of Tim Tebow.

Back when Tebow was the quarterback for the University of Florida, he became the first sophomore to ever be awarded the coveted Heisman Trophy. He was eventually drafted by the Denver Broncos in 2010, and also played for the New York Jets, New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles.

While speaking on “The Dan Patrick Show,” Tim Tebow revealed that he doesn’t always know where his Heisman Trophy is because he auctions it off every six months to a year.

Most people just put it on display, but when Bryan won the auction to have the award in his house for six months, he decided to have a little fun with Tebow’s award.

“Luke Bryan, him and his wife, Caroline, who are so sweet, they’re a big part of some nonprofits and we work together, and so he and his wife won it.

In November 2020, Bryan even posted Instagram videos of himself messing around with the Heisman Trophy, using it as a hook for their family’s accessories, from a hat to a dish towel. He wrote, “Man this thing comes in handy @timtebow.”

Bryan’s wife Caroline helped Tebow get some revenge on Bryan, as she snuck one of Bryan’s CMA Artist of the Year Awards.

“I worked with his wife to get one of his CMA Artist of the Year Awards, which is kind of a unique-looking award, so, I started getting that and sending him videos of me using it as a sparkling water opener or a jack for a car, being able to lift it up.

I think the CMAs got kind of upset with it. I didn’t actually hurt it, it just looked like we were using it that way

Thankfully, both awards have since been returned to their rightful owners, and Tebow continues to auction off his Heisman.

Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet has been a massive fan of professional wrestling for over 22 years, since the early days of the Monday Night Wars. Aside from wrestling, he also is into TV shows, movies, Anime, novels and a lot of music.

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