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ESPN College Football Analyst and former Florida quarterback Tim Tebow will make his broadcasting debut as a game analyst at the Dec. 31 Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl, according to USAToday:
Tebow is scheduled to provide commentary with play-by-play man Joe Tessitore, fellow analyst Brock Huard and field reporter Shannon Spake on ESPN's New Year's Eve broadcast, according to Stephanie Druley, ESPN Senior Vice President of Production, College Networks. It will be Tebow's first full game in the booth after doing brief guest commentary on Florida's 36-30 overtime win vs. Kentucky on Sept. 13.
"I love the game and it's been an incredible learning experience on the television side this fall," Tebow told USA TODAY Sports via email. "SEC Nation has become my second family. The bowl season simply provided the opportunity to contribute in a different way and share my passion for the game in-motion as a game analyst. I have a great respect for the booth and feel blessed to be joining a team of veterans for the Peach Bowl in my first game role."
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