Tebow has arrived.
2:57 p.m. Asks how we're doing today. When no one answers, he repeats the question. Several people shout "Good." He moves on.
2:59 p.m. He mentions the circumcisions on his mission trips, then says "I love doing it." Interpret as you wish.
3:02 p.m. How does he train in the Phillipines. Well, he explains, circumcision requires you to be good with your hands ...
Actually, he says running mountains does the trick. "Rocky-style," he calls it. Just don't call it Rocky Top style.
Somebody asks Tim Tebow if he would sometimes like to clone himself to keep up with everything. Possible follow-up: "Are you able to clone yourself?"
3:04 p.m. Tebow: More important to "put a smile on a kid's face" than to beat Georgia. Man, it's sad to see how out of whack some players' priorities are.
3:06 p.m. "Losing four games" was a disappointment for Tebow. Um, South Carolina did that in a month. That's disappointment.
3:12 p.m. What would he do different in some of the games lost (Auburn, LSU, Michigan.) For Michigan, he could have played in the secondary.
3:14 p.m. We're almost five minutes into Sly Croom's time period, but no one seems concerned. We have TTIIMM TTEEBBOOWW!!!!
3:16 p.m. The end zone celebration by Georgia: That did nothing for me but just fire me up." Not for Tebow to say if it's right or wrong, but he acknolwedged it worked.
3:19 p.m. The last few questions have basically boiled down to: "Tim, have you always been so perfect?" Love is blossoming in the press corps.
3:20 p.m. Tebow is done. There is a great stirring. Literally dozens of people walk out.