--Remote Broadcasts Include The Herd with Colin Cowherd, Outkick The Coverage with Clay Travis, The Dan Patrick Show, The Rich Eisen Show, and J.T. The Brick--
LOS ANGELES, January 27, 2017 – For the 17th straight year, FOX Sports Radio will offer one-stop coverage of the Super Bowl during the week leading up to the Big Game. Broadcasting across a network of more than 400 station in the U.S., as well as iHeartRadio and FOXSportsRadio.com, the network will transport fans to the center of the action in Houston from January 30 - February 3, with live, on-location programming and updates, as well as interviews with athletes, coaches and newsmakers from around the NFL.
As part of FOX Sports Radio’s continuous coverage of Super Bowl 51, The Herd with Colin Cowherd (noon-3 p.m. ET) will broadcast from Discovery Green in the heart of downtown Houston, with a live simulcast on FS1. Outkick The Coverage with Clay Travis (6-9 a.m. ET), Dan Beyer and Super Bowl Champion Brady Poppinga (3-6 p.m. ET), and J.T. The Brick (8-11 p.m. ET) will broadcast live from Radio Row at the George R. Brown Convention Center. In addition, The Dan Patrick Show (9 a.m.-noon ET) and The Rich Eisen Show (noon-3pm ET) will bring fans the excitement from the site of DIRECTV’s remote broadcast at the NFL Experience Driven by Genesis located at the convention center.
To keep up with all the news and events from FOX Sports Radio’s week-long Super Bowl coverage, find an affiliate or listen online at www.FOXSportsRadio.com and iHeartRadio, including The Herd with Colin Cowherd channel. Fans can also follow FOX Sports Radio on Twitter and Facebook. For affiliations, please call Kurt Kretzschmar at 602-374-6351.
About FOX Sports Radio
The FOX Sports Radio Network, based in Los Angeles, Calif., is a division of Premiere Networks in partnership with FOX Sports. All entities have combined their considerable resources to develop a turnkey, personality driven sports programming network for radio stations nationwide. The FOX Sports Radio Network can be heard on more 400 stations, as well as iHeartRadio and FOXSportsRadio.com.
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