Fox Sports North has announced the winner of its annual Game of the Year, a contest that pits two of the country’s top broadcast networks against each other for the title of Game of The Year.
Fox Sports Southeast will take home the trophy, along with ESPN and ESPN2.
Fox Sports South will win the 2017 game, which takes place Saturday, Jan. 17, at 7 p.m.
ET on Fox Sports 2.
The contest will be broadcast live on the Fox Sports App on the FOX Sports channel and in the FOX GO app for Android and Apple TV devices.
The contest features two of Fox Sports’ biggest personalities in Chris Spielman and Michael Rapaport.
In addition to the traditional awards show, the two will also be on-air with guest hosts in the booth.
This is the first time Fox Sports has won Game of THE YEAR in the South, and the first for the network.
Fox also has two national championship trophies to its credit: the National Championship Trophy in the college football season, which goes to the best team in the nation in a national championship game, and The Rose Bowl Trophy, which is awarded to the nation’s top team in a football bowl game.
The two networks will air a special episode of The Sports Hub in 2017, which will air live on FOX Sports South on Thursday, Jan, 18 at 6 p..m., and on FoxSports.com on Thursday at 5 p.e.m.; the episode will also air on the ESPN app on Thursday and Friday, Jan 18 at 5:30 p.n. and 7 p-a.m..
The 2017 Game of YEAR contest is one of the biggest television shows of the year, with hundreds of fans watching the action on TV in the United States.
FOX Sports Southeast, Fox Sports Southwest, FoxSports North and Fox Sports Northwest all took home the awards in 2017.
Fox will have the opportunity to celebrate its 25th anniversary this year, which includes a two-day celebration featuring live studio and live studio coverage.
Fox will be celebrating the awards with special live studio programming on Jan. 22 and Jan. 23, and an exclusive live studio show on Jan 29 and 30.FOX Sports Southeast and FoxSports Northwest are in the process of revamping their broadcast schedules for 2017, including the elimination of the network’s NFL telecasts, and it is expected that they will be ready to present their live studio shows for 2017 in the coming months.
FOXSportsSouth and FoxsportsNE have partnered with ESPN to offer live studio broadcasts for the first five weeks of the season.
Fox is also bringing back the NFL on Sunday Night Football, starting with the 2018 season opener on Jan 11 against the Minnesota Vikings.
FoxSports Southwest and FoxSportNorth will also host special pre-game shows for the 2017 postseason, with the network airing pregame show, pregame highlights and pregame pregame coverage from Jan. 10-11, 2018, on FOXSports Southwest at 6:30 a.m./10:30 am ET, and on FOXsportsnorth at 5 a. m./8 a. pm ET.
FoxSportsSouth will also stream the 2018 playoffs on FOX.FOXSportsSouth, FOXSportsNW, FOX Sports Northwest and Fox will continue to provide high-quality coverage of the 2017 NFL playoffs throughout 2017.FOXsportsSouth will broadcast the NFL playoff games for a combined total of 21 episodes in the 2017 season, as well as the regular season playoffs for the NFL Championship Game.
FOXsportsNW will also offer additional coverage throughout the year including playoffs and pre-season games.FOX will be airing the 2017 AFC Championship Game on FOX, while FOX Sports Midwest will also televise the NFL Playoff Game on FS1, FS2 and FOX Sports Go.FOX has broadcast the 2017 College Football Playoff, with FOX Sports Network’s College GameDay on Fox, FOX College GameCenter and Fox College Football.
FOX will also provide live broadcast of the College Football Final Four on Fox.FOX is also hosting a special pregame edition of the “Monday Night Football” game on Fox that will air from Jan 4-5 on FOX in the U.S. on the FS1 network, and FS2.FOX also will televise all home playoff games of the 2018 college football postseason.FOXSN will televisibly broadcast all of the SEC Championship Game, which begins at noon ET, as it does every week for the regular seasons and the College World Series.
FOXSN will also broadcast the SEC Championships and the NCAA Championships in the same manner.FOX SPORTS SOUTH will broadcast all SEC Championship games beginning at 5 pm ET on Jan 5, 2017, and will air all SEC Championships for the entire 2018 season.
FOXSOUTH will also present its coverage of SEC Championship Week and the SEC Tournament on FOXSN.FOX and FOXSN have teamed up to broadcast all three of the conference title games this season: the SEC Champions, the Big Ten Champions and the ACC Champions.FOX, FOXSN and FOX