Tim Tebow and his Denver Broncos might have been eliminated from the NFL playoffs, but it appears the "Tebowing" craze is still alive and well. The most recent group to take part are the students from Desert Mountain High School, who took to the court after a recent basketball victory.
A video of the well-coordinated ode to America's favorite athlete is embedded above.
My favorite part of the entire video is the presence of a handful of security guards to keep things under control. Obviously, when you think Tebow, you think violence. Seriously, though, were the cops really necessary here? It's not like the students were planning some type of rave.
Anyway, you have to give the students credit for pulling the stunt off and making sure somebody was there to tape it. It's now something they can go back and watch to give them a moment of relief once they join the working world or at their 20th reunion party.
As for "Tebowing" itself, the act has taken on a life of its own. It seems like you can't go an entire week without a couple of new videos surfacing showcasing Tebow's most famous move.
Heck, even Kermit the Frog got in on the action. That's when you know something has truly taken off.
We'll get a good idea of exactly how powerful the idea is during the offseason, when Tebow isn't leading the charge on a weekly basis.
You have to wonder if, in his wildest dreams, the Broncos quarterback ever expected thousands of people to copycat him praying. It's quite crazy, actually.
Desert Mountain High School has taken its turn, who's next?