Fox Sports' third and final telecast of a BCS national championship game came up lacking. The network covers only five college football games a season, and it clearly showed Thursday night. Give me ABC's Brent Musburger and Kirk Herbstreit any day over Fox Sports team of Thom Brennaman and Charles Davis. It likely will be Musburger and Herbstreit who will call the 2010 national championship game from the Rose Bowl for ABC. The BCS television rights then move to ESPN in 2011. Brennaman, a veteran announcer who also broadcasts Big Ten network games, had a sloppy night with numerous mistakes. He clearly had trouble following the action on the field. Among his blunders: * Failing to name Nic Harris as the defender who came up with the Sooners' first interception of Florida quarterback Tim Tebow. * Losing a down when the Sooners were stopped on the goal line in the second quarter. He mistakingly thought it was fourth-and-goal when it was third down, and Davis failed to correct him. * Referring to OU running back Chris Brown as Allen Patrick on a long run by Brown. * Failing to realize Florida's Ahmad Black had come up with an interception. Brennaman and his Fox cohorts went overboard in gushing about how great a man Tebow is off the field. His comments would have been more fitting on a feature story than a game broadcast. "If your fortunate to spend five or even 20 minutes around Tim Tebow, your life is better for it," Brennaman said. Switzer's take Barry Switzer, who had won three national championships as OU coach, clearly had trouble being objective on the Fox studio show, referring the Sooners as "we" and "us." After the game, Switzer appeared shellshocked and said he had empathy for OU coach Bob Stoops, who is 1-3 in BCS finals, noting he had lost "to the Miamis and the Nebraskas." "I've always told Bob when you get there, you've done something no one else has, you're in the championship game and you play teams good or better than you are. He played a team better than his tonight." In his closing thoughts, he encouraged Bradford and Tebow to return to college for another year. "If the two quarterbacks come back next year," he said, "we could have a rematch next year."