5 Reasons Why Tim Tebow Will Be Successful On SEC Network

By Taylor Sturm

5 Reasons Why Tim Tebow Will Be Successful On SEC Network

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With two BCS national championships, a Heisman trophy and the same number of NFL playoff wins as the Dallas Cowboys’ Tony Romo to his name, Tim Tebow is back in the national spotlight with his new job as an analyst for the SEC Network. Whether you love him or hate him, his face and opinion will be all over TV once the SEC Network finally arrives on Aug. 14. Here are five reasons the former Florida Gators' standout quarterback will succeed.

No. 5 Haters

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No. 5 Haters

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For the portion of the football world that can’t stand Tebow, his new job will provide the perfect opportunity to find ways to pick at him on a daily basis. Where those people see an opportunity to bash a player they dislike, the SEC Network will see ratings.

No. 4 Well Spoken

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No. 4 Well Spoken

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OK, so Tebow may have a very monotonous voice, but he always knows what to say and how to say it. Tebow was the best leader in college football during his time at Florida, and it shows in his speaking ability. I’m sure he’s been working on his delivery. Hopefully.

No. 3 Fans

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No. 3 Fans

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Tim Tebow was one of the most riveting collegiate sports personalities of the last decade. Tweet one good thing about Tebow and at least 10 people who don’t follow you will retweet or favorite it. His fanbase is loyal, they’re defensive and you can be sure they will tune into the SEC Network to watch their favorite player shine.

No. 2 He Knows What He’s Talking About

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No. 2 He Knows What He’s Talking About

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Love him or hate him, Tebow is one of the greatest quarterbacks in the history of college football. He was able to effortlessly break down opposing defenses single-handedly, won a national championship twice and received the Heisman trophy in 2007. That’s the type of player you want to be analyzing a college football game.

No. 1 It’s Tim Tebow

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No. 1 It’s Tim Tebow

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The only person America and most sports networks seem to love to talk about more than Tim Tebow is LeBron James. Now that Tebow has a platform from which to express his opinion, the media will be all over it. Expect every network in the ESPN family to use his analysis for everything, especially for the first few weeks of the college football season.

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