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Tebow keeping quiet on future

Tim Tebow sits on the bench during the

Tim Tebow sits on the bench during the Jets' season opener against the Buffalo Bills at MetLife Stadium. (Sept. 9, 2012) (Credit: Getty Images)

While Rex Ryan traveled to the Bahamas for some R&R, rarely used backup quarterback Tim Tebow escaped to New Orleans.

Tebow flew with his family to Wednesday's Sugar Bowl game between Florida and Louisville. The former Gator QB -- who won two National Championship Games while at Florida -- was a guest analyst during ESPN's pregame show.

And, naturally, the subject of his playing future came up.

Tebow, who was rendered a nonfactor over his 12-game tenure with the Jets, was very careful (as always) not to say anything inflammatory.

"I'm just so blessed to be here tonight," he said. "To be able to be part of Gator nation."

Asked point-blank where he'll be playing next season, Tebow laughed and said: "I'm not sure, but I'm going to enjoy tonight."

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