Month: November 2019

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Santos Laguna and Monterrey Clash in Liga MX Liguilla Thursday and Sunday on FOX Deportes

Santos Laguna and Monterrey Clash in Liga MX Liguilla Thursday and Sunday on FOX Deportes

Los Angeles – League leaders Santos Laguna meet CF Monterrey Thursday, November 28 at 8:00 PM ET and Sunday, December 1 at 8:00 PM ET on FOX Deportes. The two-leg series kicks off Liga MX’s Liguilla, or playoffs, that determine the current Torneo Apertura champion.

FOX DEPORTES EN VIVO kicks off live at 7:00 PM ET from the Estadio BBVA.

Hosts Giselle Zarur and Alejandra Delgadillo, play-by-play announcers John Laguna and Raoul “Pollo” Ortiz, Analyst Rodolfo Landeros and former Mexican National Team members Claudio Suarez and Martin “Pulpo” Zuñiga call the action live from Monterrey.

The series moves to Santos’ Estadio Corona on Sunday. Coverage begins at 7:00 PM ET with FOX DEPORTES EN VIVO.

Calling the action are hosts Yani Gianola and Alejandra Delgadillo, play-by-play announcers John Laguna and Rodolfo Landeros and former Mexican National Team members Claudio Suarez and Mariano Trujillo live from Torreon, Mexico.

The match is also available on the FOX Sports App. Fans can also visit www.foxdeportes.com and follow FOX Deportes on TwitterInstagram and Facebook for results, analysis and highlights.

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Santos Laguna y  Monterrey se chocan en la Liguilla de la Liga MX este jueves y domingo en FOX Deportes

Los Ángeles – El superlíder Santos Laguna se enfrenta al CF Monterrey el jueves, 28 de noviembre a las 8:00 PM, hora del Este y el domingo, 1 de diciembre a las 8:00 PM, hora del Este en FOX Deportes.

FOX DEPORTES EN VIVO arranca en vivo el jueves desde el Estadio BBVA a las 7:00 PM, hora del Este.

Las presentadoras Giselle Zarur y Alejandra Delgadillo, los narradores John Laguna y Raoul “Pollo” Ortiz, el analista Rodolfo Landeros y los ex seleccionados mexicanos Claudio Suarez y Martin “Pulpo” Zuñiga presentan toda la acción desde Monterrey.

La serie se traslada al Estadio Corona el domingo. La cobertura se abre a partir de las 7:00 PM, hora del Este con FOX DEPORTES EN VIVO.

Presentando la acción son Yani Gianola y Alejandra Delgadillo, los narradores John Laguna y Rodolfo Landeros y los ex seleccionados Claudio Suarez y Mariano Trujillo en vivo desde Torreón, México.

Los partidos también están disponibles por el App de FOX Sports. Los fanáticos también pueden visitar www.foxdeportes.com y seguir FOX Deportes en TwitterInstagram y Facebook para resultados, análisis y videos.

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FOX’s BIG NOON SATURDAY Presents Full Coverage of No. 1 Ohio State at No. 13 Michigan in “The Game””

Charles Woodson Joins FOX Sports for Two Days of Coverage from Ann Arbor
Two-Hour Edition of BIG NOON KICKOFF Live from Multiple Locations Outside and Inside “The Big House”

NEW YORK – FOX College Football hits the road to close out the 2019 regular season with one of sports’ biggest rivalries as No. 1 Ohio State faces No. 13 Michigan. FOX Sports is live from Ann Arbor beginning Friday at 11:00 AM ET and presents a two-hour edition of BIG NOON KICKOFF Saturday at 10:00 AM ET on FOX. The Wolverines host the Buckeyes in the BIG NOON SATURDAY game of the week at 12:00 PM ET.

Coming off its most-watched telecast ever, BIG NOON KICKOFF is live from the northeast corner of Michigan Stadium near Gate 10, where host Rob Stone and analysts Brady Quinn, Reggie Bush, Matt Leinart and former Ohio State coach Urban Meyer are joined by Michigan Heisman Trophy winner Charles Woodson both days. FOX Sports’ studio coverage originates from outside the northeast corner of Michigan Stadium near Gate 10 on Friday and Saturday and moves inside “The Big House” in the 11:00 AM ET hour Saturday before kickoff. Once the action begins on the field, FOX Sports lead broadcasters Gus Johnson, Joel Klatt and Jenny Taft have the call.

FOX College Football kicks off this weekend Friday at 11:00 AM ET on FOX with a one-hour edition of BIG NOON KICKOFF from Ann Arbor prior to Texas Tech at Texas at 12:00 PM ET, continuing through the afternoon with Washington State at Washington in the Apple Cup at 4:00 PM ET. Saturday offers more rivalry action on FOX, beginning with No. 1 Ohio State at No. 13 Michigan at 12:00 PM ET, followed by No. 16 Notre Dame at Stanford at 4:00 PM ET and concluding with “Bedlam” between No. 7 Oklahoma and No. 21 Oklahoma State at 8:00 PM ET. This week’s full schedule, including broadcaster information, is below.

This weekend marks the fifth time this season that FOX Sports’ college football studio coverage has originated from the site of a game, following appearances at USC, the Red River Showdown and twice at Ohio Stadium. Fans are encouraged to arrive to the FOX Sports set by 9:00 AM ET on Saturday for the chance to meet the cast of BIG NOON KICKOFF and win prizes, including autographed footballs.

FOX College Football Week 14 Schedule (All Times ET):

Friday, Nov. 29

11:00 AM: BIG NOON KICKOFF Live from Ann Arbor (FOX)
Rob Stone, Brady Quinn, Reggie Bush, Matt Leinart, Urban Meyer and Charles Woodson

12:00 PM: Texas Tech at Texas (FOX)
Joe Davis, Brock Huard and Bruce Feldman

4:00 PM: Washington State at Washington (FOX)
Tim Brando, Spencer Tillman and Coley Harvey

Saturday, Nov. 30

10:00 AM: BIG NOON KICKOFF Live from Ann Arbor (FOX)
Rob Stone, Brady Quinn, Reggie Bush, Matt Leinart, Urban Meyer and Charles Woodson

12:00 PM: No. 1 Ohio State at No. 13 Michigan (FOX)
Gus Johnson, Joel Klatt, Jenny Taft and Mike Pereira

12:00 PM: Northwestern at Illinois (FS1)
Chris Vosters and Ben Leber

3:30 PM: Maryland at Michigan State (FS1)
John Strong and Evan Moore

4:00 PM: No. 16 Notre Dame at Stanford (FOX)
Tim Brando, Spencer Tillman and Coley Harvey

7:00 PM: No. 23 Iowa State at K-State (FS1)
Brian Custer and Robert Smith

8:00 PM: No. 7 Oklahoma at No. 21 Oklahoma State (FOX)
Joe Davis, Brock Huard and Bruce Feldman

10:30 PM: Cal at UCLA (FS1)
Cory Provus, Shane Vereen and Petros Papadakis

 

 

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FOX is Football: NFL and College Football Dominates Weekend Viewing

With AMERICA’S GAME OF THE WEEK checking in as the most-watched telecast of the season and BIG NOON SATURDAY registering as the network’s most-watched college football game this year, FOX Sports owned this weekend’s football viewing 🥇

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FOX Deportes Exclusive Special on Andy Ruiz Premieres November 28

FOX Deportes Exclusive Special on Andy Ruiz Premieres  November 28

LOS ANGELES – FOX Deportes premieres FOX DEPORTES STUDIOS ORIGINALS: ANDY RUIZ JR. – CAMPEÓN DE LA RAZA, on Thanksgiving Day, November 28, 2019 at 4:00 PM ET. The program offers an exclusive, inside look into Ruiz’s training camp in Guadalajara, Mexico for his rematch against Anthony Joshua on December 7 in Saudi Arabia.

The special is repeated the same night at 10:30 PM ET.

Ruiz, born in Imperial, California to Mexican parents, shocked the world last year when he knocked out Joshua to win the WBO, IBF and WBA heavyweight titles. He is the first heavyweight champion of Mexican descent in boxing history.

The special features in-depth interviews with Ruiz conducted by Lifetime Achievement Emmy winner Jessi Losada and boxing hall-of-famer Erik Morales about his remarkable win last December, his upbringing, the upcoming rematch and much more. Losada also speaks with Ruiz’s family and his trainer, Manny Robles.

Furthermore, Morales, one of only five Mexican four-division world champions takes viewers into the ring as he works with the champion on techniques and strategy.

All FOX Deportes programming is also available on the FOX Sports App. Fans can also visit www.foxdeportes.com and follow FOX Deportes on TwitterInstagram and Facebook for live coverage of the weigh-in and exclusive, behind the scenes content.

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FOX Deportes estrena programa especial sobre Andy Ruiz Jr. el Dia de Accion de Gracias el 28 de noviembre

LOS ÁNGELES – FOX Deportes estrena FOX DEPORTES STUDIOS ORIGINALS: ANDY RUIZ JR. – CAMPEÓN DE LA RAZA, el Día de Acción de Gracias, el 28 de noviembre a las 4:00 PM, hora del Este. El programa ofrece una vista profunda dentro del campamento de Ruiz en Guadalajara antes de su revancha contra Anthony Joshua el 7 de diciembre en Arabia Saudita.

El programa se repite la misma noche a las 10:30 PM, hora del Este.

Ruiz, nacido en Imperial, California, a padres mexicanos, sorprendió a todo mundo cuando noqueó a Joshua para ganar los títulos del peso completo del WBO, IBF y WBA. Él es el primer campeón del peso completo de ascendencia Mexicana.

El programa contiene entrevistas con Ruiz por el ganador del Emmy Jessi Losada y el miembro del salón de fama Erik Morales sobre su victoria tremenda el diciembre pasado, su juventud, su revancha y mucho más. Losada y Morales también hablan con la familia de Ruiz y su entrenador, Manny Robles.

Además, Morales, uno de los cinco boxeadores mexicanos en ganar campeonatos mundiales en cuatro divisiones, lleva a los televidentes dentro del cuadrilátero donde trabaja con el campeón sobre técnicas y estrategia.

Los fanaticos también pueden visitar www.foxdeportes.com y seguir FOX Deportes en TwitterInstagram y Facebook  para cobertura de la pelea.

 

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FOX BIG NOON SATURDAY Showdown Between Ohio State and Penn State Pulls in Huge Viewership

Ohio State Victory is Saturday’s Most-Watched Telecast and Network’s Most-Watched College Football Game This Season
BIG NOON KICKOFF Draws Season-High Numbers 

NEW YORK – No. 2 Ohio State’s 28-17 win over No. 8 Penn State was Saturday’s most-watched telecast of the day, attracting 9,425,000 viewers for FOX’s BIG NOON SATURDAY game of the week, according to Nielsen Media Research. The matchup was FOX’s most-watched college football game so far this season and the second most-watched college football game of the season on any network. The Week 13 matchup is up +274% over last year’s comparable game, Michigan State at Nebraska on Nov. 17, 2018.

Heading into the final weekend of the regular season, FOX Sports is enjoying its most-watched college football season to-date, averaging 3,428,000 viewers per game on FOX, up +17% over a season ago. BIG NOON SATURDAY contests are averaging 4,489,000 viewers per game, up +16% over last year’s college football average in the Noon ET time slot.

Prior to the game, FOX presented a special edition of BIG NOON KICKOFF live from Columbus, drawing a season-best 1,979,000 viewers during the 11:00 AM-12:00 PM ET hour. BIG NOON KICKOFF telecasts are averaging 1,080,000 viewers this season, up +34% over last season’s college football pregame show.

FOX Sports wraps up its regular-season college football schedule this weekend, highlighted by one of sports’ biggest rivalries as No. 13 Michigan hosts No. 2 Ohio State. Coverage begins Saturday at 10:00 AM ET on FOX with a two-hour edition of BIG NOON KICKOFF live from Ann Arbor before the game kicks off at 12:00 PM ET. Host Rob Stone and analysts Brady Quinn, Reggie Bush, Matt Leinart and former Ohio State coach Urban Meyer are joined by Michigan Heisman Trophy winner Charles Woodson on set, and FOX Sports’ lead college football broadcasters Gus Johnson, Joel Klatt and Jenny Taft call the action.

FOXBOROUGH, MA - NOVEMBER 24:   Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots reacts during a game against the Dallas Cowboys at Gillette Stadium on November 24, 2019 in Foxborough, Massachusetts.  (Photo by Adam Glanzman/Getty Images)

Cowboys-Patriots Draws More Than 30 Million Viewers; Ranks as Most-Watched Game of the Season

America’s Game of the Week pulls in record-breaking numbers 📈

✔️Most-Watched Telecast of the Season
✔️Most-Streamed Regular Season Sunday Window Ever

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