Surprise! Tebow's the biggest draw in Indy

Media members swarm to hear the Florida quarterback speak. Joe Fortenbaugh

Print This February 26, 2010, 03:42 PM EST

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INDIANAPOLIS--There's no question about it.  Tim Tebow is the biggest draw in Indianapolis.

Here at the media center at Lucas Oil Stadium, an NFL employee goes on the PA system to announce each time a new player or coach steps up to the podium.

Generally, you see some different media members around the room get up and make their way to the interview.

Some members stay behind to work on other articles.  Depending on how big-time the player is, you may see more of a rush.

When Tebow's turn came up Friday afternoon, this is what everyone heard over the PA:

"Some guy named Tebow at Podium C."

And then all you could hear was chairs screeching back as you watched a mass movement of media make their way towards the former Heisman Trophy winner.

Proof of the chaos appears to the right.  It was without question the biggest turnout so far at the combine.

Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy had the unfortunate pleasure of appearing on Podium A at the same time as Tebow.

Check out his audience to the right.

Matt Bowen's bald head was off to the left.










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