Tim Tebow News: Old Enemies From Tennessee, Georgia & More Line Up To Hear Former QB Speak [VIDEO]
When Tim Tebow speaks, people listen -- even old rivals.
The former NFL quarterback appeared at the Community Bible Church in South Carolina to speak to a room full of people, which included many of his college football nemesis, Thursday.
Tebow spoke about his upbringing, competitive spirit and faith in front of a group that included those in Tennessee orange and some donning the red and black colors of Georgia.
Though his speech came from a passionate and deep place, he couldn't resist knocking his rivals.
"I've just got to say I'm sorry," Tebow joked, according to The State. "Tennessee was a big rival for us, and we just hated those colors."
Supporters of his on-field enemies showing up to the event displayed just how powerful the former Heisman Trophy winner is. Though his NFL career flamed out after stops with the Broncos, Jets, Patriots and, most recently, the Eagles, Tebow is still able to deliver his message to vast audiences.
The "SEC Nation" analyst spoke of his competitive family and his Christian faith, as well as times he felt God relied on him to send his message, according to The State.
Tebow's message, as shown at the Community Bible Church, reaches many ears.
"We serve a big God," Tebow said when speaking of his faith. "He might want you to change a million people, it might be to change one person."
As long as Tebow has the floor, he'll always have the ability to inspire millions.