While it isn't exactly his dream job, Tim Tebow has wasted no time in rejoining with ESPN and the SEC Network.

What has certainly looked like a modern day NFL version of  "Where's Waldo," Tebow has settled back down in a place that feels more like home.

The former Florida Gator and Heisman Trophy winner served as a analyst on the SEC Network last season, appearing on the two hour pregame show SEC Nation. Now he's back at it, joining host Joe Tossitore and analysts Marcus Spears, Greg McElroy, ESPN radio host Paul Finebaum, and reporter Kaylee Hartung.

Whether you are a fan or foe of Tebow, you've got to respect the fact that he improved his throwing mechanics considerably which was what NFL coaches asked for. He's maintained his football form and put in the hard work, and sometimes that's all one can do.

As for his NFL career, the door is still open but for the time being, Tebow will remain right where he belongs: covering a conference that made him famous.