Fox College Hoops
|Fox College Hoops|
|Also known as||CBB on Fox|
|Genre||College basketball game telecasts|
|Presented by||Tim Brando|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||6|
|Running time||120 minutes or until game ends|
|Production company(s)||Fox Sports|
|Original network||Fox (2013–present)|
|Picture format||720p (HDTV)|
|Original release||November 4, 2014|
Fox College Hoops (Fox CBB) is the blanket title used for Fox Sports broadcasts of college basketball by Fox and its cable networks. Although college basketball telecasts had been carried by Fox Sports Networks (FSN) in the past (generically under the title College Hoops), the Fox College Hoops branding was introduced in 2013 with the expansion of coverage to Fox and Fox Sports 1.
Since 2014, as part of its contract with the conference, Fox holds rights to 22 Pac-12 basketball games per-season, and splits coverage of the Men's basketball tournament with ESPN and Pac-12 Network.
In 2017, Fox added coverage of selected Big Ten Conference games as part of a larger six-year contract (which also gave Fox control of the conference's top football rights package), alongside ESPN and CBS.
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