Tim Tebow is returning to the SEC Network after he was cut by the Philadelphia Eagles.

Tebow, who won two national titles and a Heisman while playing for the Florida Gators, will resume his role as a college football analyst on the two-hour pregame show SEC Nation. He will participate in the show broadcast from the Vanderbilt campus in Nashville, Tenn., on Saturday.

Tebow posted on his Twitter account Wednesday, "So excited to be back with my SECNation Family this Saturday! Nashville here we come!"

Iowa to honor Sash

Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz says former standout safety Tyler Sash was a "special young man" whose death at age 27 is tragic.

Ferentz recalled Sash on Wednesday as "a high energy player who did a lot of great things" on the field. Sash won a Super Bowl with the New York Giants in his rookie season after leaving Iowa to enter the NFL draft.

Sash was found dead Tuesday in his home in Oskaloosa, Iowa, where he was a star athlete before joining Iowa in 2007. Foul play isn't suspected.

Ferentz said the Hawkeyes will pay tribute to Sash during Saturday's game at Iowa State.

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•Wisconsin safety Michael Caputo returned to practice, though his status for the Badgers' home opener on Saturday against Miami (Ohio) remains in question while he goes through a concussion protocol. Caputo was hurt on the third play of the 35-17 loss to Alabama last Saturday.

•Nebraska added Central Michigan to its nonconference schedule in 2020. The Chippewas will visit Lincoln on Sept. 19 of that year in the first meeting of the schools in football.