[SB Nation (blog)] - Erin Andrews has a feature on the show specifically to promote her own football pre-game show! Given that this was opening day, the cross-promotion was out in full force, from Andrews, to that weird green screen promoting a new video game, to the shout
[FOXSports.com] - Erin Andrews. Erin Andrews is the host of the FOX College Football Pregame show. A University of Florida graduate, Andrews comes to FOX after an eight-year stint at ESPN and will also contribute to FOX's MLB and NFL coverage throughout the season.
[Detroit Free Press] - Joe Buck and Tim McCarver are in the booth, as usual, and Erin Andrews and Ken Rosenthal are the field reporters, starting tonight. • Have you missed your John Madden impressions this NFL season? Funnyman Frank Caliendo, who was replaced on "Fox
[Allentown Morning Call] - Sportscaster Erin Andrews was talking on the Fox NFL pregame show the other day, and I heard her say someone was "fixiated" on something. This actually is a pretty good word for someone with a smothering fixation, a combination of asphyxiate and fixate.
[CBS 11] - I'm actually giving the pregame to CBS over Fox. Even though James Brown was over-giggling as ever on CBS, Fox countered with Erin Andrews interviewing Aaron Rodgers to the backdrop of – for some reason – dramatic, hanging candles. And, sorry, why
[Milwaukee Journal Sentinel] - Erin Andrews will contribute reports to "Fox NFL Sunday" and her first one in the regular season will be an interview she did with Rodgers on Monday. The interview is scheduled to air on "Fox NFL Sunday" before the Packers play the 49ers. Andrews
[Houston Chronicle (blog)] - “Fox NFL Sunday” included the debut of Erin Andrews as interviewer (with Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers) and Rob Riggle as staff funnyman, with a predictions segment that featured David Beckham. Riggle, alas, is no Frank Caliendo. It may be time for
[Houston Chronicle (blog)] - Erin Andrews makes her “Fox NFL Sunday” debut with an Aaron Rodgers interview. … The featured interview subject on Sunday's “The NFL Today” on CBS will be … wait for it … Tim Tebow, of course, along with fellow Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez.
Entering its 19th consecutive season of coverage, the NFL on FOX crew welcomes three new faces to its deep roster of broadcast talent for the upcoming NFL regular season. One of the most innovative play-callers in ...