No, he's not teaming up with Adrian Peterson and the Vikings. 

No, he's not going to be modeling Nike Pro Combat Uniforms for the next five years.

And No, he will not be the Florida Gators head coach. Way off. 

However, Tebow is making a return to the College Football world. Where he dominated the scene for many for 3 years and then went on to be an NFL first rounder andbecome the first Heisman winning QB to start and win a playoff game. 

This time around, he will be an analyst for a new show on ESPN.

He will be working on SEC Nation, a pregame show on Saturdays during the college football season that will premiere next season. While I was never a big Tebow fan while he was in college, I will be sure to tune in to the show every now and then and see what it's like. The show will probably be watched all over the country now, hate him or love him, all because of Tebow. 

Here is more of a description from ESPN - 

"Through a multi-year agreement, Tebow's primary role will be as an analyst for SEC Nation, the network's traveling pregame show that will originate from a different SEC campus each week beginning August 28, 2014. In the months leading up to launch and after, he will contribute to a variety of ESPN platforms including SportsCenter, ESPN Radio, and the network's Heisman Trophy coverage, offering in-depth perspective as a legendary Southeastern Conference player." 

There you have it, Tebow's return to our College Football Saturdays. Many people thought he would soon be an analyst, but I personally thought he would stick out in the NFL for a few more years before that happened. 

What do you think of Tebow's move? Good move for him personally? Bad move for ESPN? Or do you think Tebow should of waited for a call from Jacksonville. Let me know what you think of it in the comments below!