Tim Tebow does not feel like he was missing out on anything by being denied the opportunity to make money on Florida’s sales of his No. 15 jersey while he was a Gator.
The Heisman winner and current ESPN analyst went on a nonsensical rant Friday on First Take where he claimed that he didn’t want to make money on his college jersey sales and that the push for college athletes to be compensated more fairly for their revenue-driving efforts is “piling on” to a current “selfish culture.”
Here’s Tebow’s rant in full.
.@TimTebow passionately expresses his thoughts on the California Senate passing a bill allowing student-athletes to have endorsements. pic.twitter.com/W5uBW7ePNm — First Take (@FirstTake) September 13, 2019