After an eventful first round of matches over the weekend, Week 2 of the NFL season begins on Thursday night when the Cleveland Browns host the Cincinnati Bengals.
Game coverage is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, but not before more than 100 hours of pregame coverage across FOX, FS1 and FOX Deportes.
Three of the four analysts are been-there, done-that kind of experts, including two Heisman Trophy winners and a national championship-winning coach.
The former heavyweight champion surprised fans at the end of the FS1 show.
Fox Sports' Derek Crocker gives insight into what college football games make it to TV each week.
CBS and NBC had the rights previously.
the former Cowboys QB has a new career in the booth with CBS.
Cleveland reportedly had a deal set up to trade Irving during the NBA draft this summer, which James was consulted on.
Jamie Horowitz's abrupt dismissal Monday was just the latest exit for a parent company that's faced scandals over its work culture for more than a year.
Ten years after being knocked out of a college football game, Klatt is calling them.