The game will start at noon.
Only Ray Rice is responsible for his violent attack on his wife. Right? Not according to Fox News.
This statement doesn’t come off very well.
Ratings may be dropping, but advertising dollars are still there.
This is sure to start some discussion.
Real-time data collection will allow us to instantly analyze every movement on a baseball field.
Who are the other stars in the Brady-Manning rivalry?
Much like both teams on the field, FOX Sports experienced myriad technical difficulties during Sunday’s Bears-Vikings game.
So that was fun. I think.
Congratulations to the Titans, on the comedy event of the fall. That was some performance. Not that the Bears didn’t contribute, either. Or the broadcasters.
The “f—ing fans” sure sound different when the scoreboard changes, don’t they, Jay?
For the second straight year, White Sox catcher A.J. Pierzynski will join FOX Sports for the MLB Playoffs.
Former Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz is moving to the broadcast arena, as an analyst for NFL football games on Fox television.
I thought nothing of Humber through the first three innings, taking note only of Paul Konerko’s apparent agelessness, and Erik Karros repeatedly saying “Brent Moral.”
Before last night’s thrilling Game 6 ended, KDFW, Dallas’ FOX affiliate, erroneously sent out a text alert claiming the Rangers had won the World Series.
Williams’ has cut a new song “I’ll Keep My …,” calling out “Fox & Friends” and ESPN after an interview last week on the Fox News talk show led to the end of his association with the sports network and “Monday Night Football,” long home to his “Are you ready for some football?” theme.
After broadcasting fake news headlines regarding Bears quarterback Jay Cutler during the Bears season opener, FOX issued an on-air apology Sunday for the fabricated headlines.
By Tim Baffoe- (CBS) We get pretty used to our unusual sports personalities fairly quickly here in Chicago. Jim McMahon was a rebel who eventually was just the quarterback here. Dennis Rodman looked weird and […]
A FOX Sports spokesperson apologized Thursday on 670 The Score for the erroneous headlines they ran during their Sept. 11 broadcast of the Bears-Falcons game.
Bud Selig rejected a proposed television deal between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Fox Sports that voids a recent divorce settlement between the McCourts.