Fox Sports announced its new four-person panel for the pregame show, which reads like a who's who of college football in the past 15 years. Now Meyer has formally signed on to team up with Bush, a longtime National Football League running back who had a legendary career at USC, ex-Notre Dame quarterback Brady Quinn and ex-USC quarterback Matt Leinart, Bush's former teammate.
This will not be Meyer's first foray into the world of television.
Meyer worked as an analyst for ESPN between his jobs at Florida and Ohio State. The stint was short-lived, however, as he came out of retirement the next offseason to take over at Ohio State. He won national championships after the 2006, 2008 and 2014 seasons. He began the season by serving a three-game suspension after reports surfaced that Meyer knew about allegations of domestic abuse by former Ohio State assistant coach Zach Smith, who was sacked before the 2018 season began when the allegations surfaced publicly. No matter what he's thinking, you know his name will be mentioned as a possibility for any major opening all season long. While ESPN's "College GameDay" has thrived on campuses, FOX's show initially will air from its Los Angeles studio.
According to the report, the show will air at 10 a.m. (11 a.m. ET) on Saturdays.
On Monday, FOX Sports announced its plans for the new show, which will be hosted by Rob Stone.Читайте также: Ravens reportedly agree to three-year deal with running back Mark Ingram
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"Urban and Reggie will make fantastic additions to our already impressive college football roster, and we're looking forward to seeing Brady shine in his new role", Silverman added.
Fox feels with Meyer, Bush, Leinart and Quinn, it has put together a similar team of college football legends and hopes they can develop a fun chemistry. "We think that this entire lineup will educate and entertain viewers with the unique FOX attitude that viewers are familiar with". He is considered one of the most dynamic college players ever.
A multi-sport star for FOX Sports, Stone anchors the network's college football, college basketball and soccer studio coverage and is the lead play-by-play voice of the Go Bowling! A standout on the Colgate soccer pitch, he was recently inducted into the CT Soccer Hall of Fame.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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