In a large interview room he was asked a totally inappropriate question—whether or not he is still a virgin (I am not going to mention the person’s name who asked the question or his website. It’s out there if you really want it). Tebow was within his rights to get up and walk out of the room. He was within his rights to tell the questioner that it was none of his damned business. Instead he said "Yes, I am." The reporters in the room—at least the ones with integrity—were clearly uncomfortable at the line of questioning. Tebow laughed and put them at ease. He took a situation where a "reporter" was clearly out of line and made light of it. It was a move few us could have made so deftly.Was Tim Tebow "virginity" question out of bounds? | Mr. College Football For the record, I share Tony's opinion. I'm as tired of hearing about the Tebow Child's exploits as anyone, but I thought Clay Travis' question was stupid, irrelevant, and nobody's business. I am sufficiently irritated that I'm not sure I'll buy his book now.