The Fox Sports Pregame shows feature a mix of pregame and postgame programming, which includes a weekly NFL game show, pregame segment, postgame segment and pregame special.
FoxSports pregame show host Bill Simmons and analyst Jason Whitlock will host the pregame segments.
In addition, the pregames features will feature a number of highlights and interviews.ESPN’s pregame programs will feature two segments per week.
ESPN’s pregames will feature the Sunday pregame game, a one-hour pregame showcase and a one hour pregame highlight and reaction segment.
The Pregame Show will air Monday through Thursday at 11:30 a.m.
ET on ESPN and ESPN Deportes.
ESPN Deporter Jeff Pearlman will be the studio host for ESPN’s Saturday pregame, which is set to air at 4 p.m., ET on Friday.ESPN will air two postgame shows a week.
On Sunday mornings, the ESPN pregame program will air at 3 p.mm. and 5 p.pm ET.
ESPNU will air its pregame coverage at 3:30 p.am ET on Sunday, Thursday and Friday.
ESPN has not announced the time slot for the preseason shows, but ESPN’s SportsCenter will be airing the pre-season shows.ESPN SportsCenter is expected to debut its pre-game show on Monday.
ESPN pre-games will begin at 10 a.pm.
ET, with ESPNU at 3 a.mt.
ESPN3 will begin airing the Saturday pre-taped show at 11 a.mo.
The pregame highlights and special segments will include an NFL game, pre-NFL show, special pregame interview and pre-pregame special segment.ESPN pregame specials will feature pregame news, interviews and reaction segments.ESPN.com will be a hub for the first half of the pre season.
The site will include daily live stream information, player profiles, player stats, pre and post game stats and highlights, and pre and preseason highlights and reaction videos.
ESPN Insider will provide up-to-the-minute information and analysis of the 2017 college football season.
The first game will be played at noon ET on Saturday, December 5, in Arlington, Texas.ESPNU’s pre-match show will be broadcast from the University of Texas at Arlington, home of the Longhorns.
ESPN will air pregame previews of the Big 12 Conference games and will air the conference title game.ESPN3 will also air pre-Tuesdays and Thursdays pre-football show at 3 pm ET, followed by a pre-practice show at 5 pm ET.