Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant, who played at Oklahoma State, will be interviewed by Colleen Dominguez on the season debut of “Fox NFL Sunday” at 11 a.m. Sunday.
Co-hosts Terry Bradshaw and Curt Menefee return alongside analysts Howie Long, Michael Strahan, Jimmy Johnson, insider Jay Glazer and rules analyst Mike Pereira. The top-rated pregame show averaged 4.8 million viewers a week last season.
Fox also has the Sunday doubleheader, including San Francisco at Dallas at 3:25 p.m. Fox’s No.1 team of Joe Buck and Troy Aikman will call the game, joined by new sideline reporter Erin Andrews.
KOKH-25 switched its first game at noon from Minnesota at St. Louis to Washington at Houston (Thom Brenaman, David Diehl and reporter Laura Okmin) following Rams quarterback Sam Bradford’s season-ending injury.
The Missouri State at OSU football game at 2:30 p.m. Saturday will be carried by 15 Fox Sports Net regional networks, including Fox Sports Oklahoma and Fox Sports Southwest. Mark Followill, Brian Baldinger and reporter Lesley McCaslin will call the game.
KWTV-9 will air Kansas City Chiefs games the first two weeks of the season, including Tennessee at Kansas City at noon Sunday (Kevin Harlan and Rich Gannon).
WWLS-FM 98.1, The Sports Animal, begins its high school football coverage with Tulsa Washington at Midwest City at 7 p.m. Friday. Gideon Hamilton and Michael Doutey will call the games this season. Van Shea Ivan will anchor the scoreboard show.
From 11 a.m. to noon Sundays, Ivan will be joined by Brian Aylor for “High School Spotlight” on The Sports Animal, covering all sports and featuring interviews with coaches and athletes.
KINB-FM 105.3 will carry metro football games again this season, including Mooreland at Cashion on Sept. 12. Cisco will call the games with analysis from from Jeff Couch and Josh Ray.
For the first time, ESPN will use virtual on-field graphics from SpiderCam beginning with the New York Giants at Detroit game at 7:15 p.m. Monday. For those watching the telecast, the graphics will appear in three-dimensional form on the field and will initially appear coming out of commercial breaks and during other breaks.
ESPN’s coverage of the FIBA Basketball World Cup continues Saturday with every game from the Round of 16 available on ESPN3 and WatchESPN. Depending upon final seeding, the U.S. team will play Saturday at 9 a.m. (on ESPN2) or 1 p.m. (on ESPN3) from Barcelona. If the game is played at 1 p.m., it will also air on tape delay at noon Sunday on ESPN.
ESPN networks’ coverage of the best-of-five WNBA Finals between the Chicago Sky and Phoenix Mercury begins at 2:30 p.m. Sunday on ABC. Ryan Ruocco, Rebecca Lobo and reporter Holly Rowe are calling the games.