Tim Tebow, Johnny Manziel hanging out at the BCS title game
ESPN analyst Tim Tebow and Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel worked the ESPN2 broadcast of Florida State-Auburn at the BCS title game.
Tim Tebow's first appearance as an ESPN analyst came on Monday during the BCS National Championship game coverage. The former Florida and NFL quarterback will be a regular contributor on the SEC Network in the fall, and he "cut his teeth" as an analyst during several aspects of ESPN's Megacast for the game.
After several spots in the pregame coverage, Tebow joined forces with Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel on the ESPN2 feed of the game. Tebow and Manziel, arguably the two of most buzzworthy quarterbacks around, enjoyed their time in front of the camera.
Also, my foray in to still life images. I call this "Two Guys on a Field in Suits." pic.twitter.com/Q2xMnl1hyd— Keri Potts (@MsPotts_ESPN) January 7, 2014
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