What'd you do for Father's Day yesterday? Watch a ball game and have a couple cold ones with pops? Yeah, us, too. But, apparently, more than 26,000 people out in San Diego skipped the baseball and beer with dear old Dad and instead opted to spend their Father's Day listening to Tim Tebow talk before a huge crowd at Qualcomm Stadium where the Chargers play. Touchdown Timmy discussed his faith, the religious messages he used to write on his eye black in college, and his love for the movie Braveheart, which—what a surprise!—is his favorite flick of all-time.

"It had the biggest impact on my life," he said, "because every time I would go out to practice from then on out, I would think of what my father said to me: 'Do I really love what I'm doing? Am I passionate about it? And, am I willing to sacrifice more than anybody else?'"

Okay. Fair enough. That movie was pretty amazing. But, 26,000 people came out to hear that?! Crazy.

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[via USA Today]