It’s official. Tim Tebow has begun his career on television. He will be an analyst for ESPN’s college football network called SEC. He will also appear on other ESPN programs such as Sportcenter.
His first appearance will be as early as January 2014. The network said his ESPN debut will come Jan. 6 during pregame coverage of the BCS National Championship.
He’s agreement allows him to continue pursuing his dream job with NFL. “I will continue to push myself to become better every single day,” he said. “If I get the opportunity to continue to play quarterback in the NFL, I’ll take it,” according to hollywoodreporter.com. “I’ve had a great relationship with Mr. Skipper for a while,” he said, referring to ESPN president John Skipper. “They didn’t want to take that away from me, they wanted to make me a part of the family.”
Tim Tebow Joins ESPN