Jeremy Fowler got to this first with the tagline, "The Tebow Rule": The NCAA has banned Bible verses (or words, numbers and logos) from player eye-black.
I can guarantee you that people will call it "The Tebow Rule," and chalk it up as yet another big impact Tim Tebow left on the sport of college football.
I find the new ban itself pretty silly: Did it really hurt anyone to have a Bible verse or a hometown area code or -- god forbid -- a corporate or team logo? If anything, it was interesting.
And, as we have talked about before, it was precisely the Google-fied impact of the "John 3:16" message during the 2008 national title game that inspired Tebow to come back in 2009.