Dilfer was a longtime ESPN football analyst and frequently appears on FS1's The Herd with Colin Cowherd.
This year's edition of Michigan-Ohio State drew a staggering audience for Fox.
If a deal isn't reached, Fox owned-and-operated local affiliates (plus FS1, FS2, BTN and more) could go dark for DirecTV/DirecTV Stream/Uverse customers on Friday.
Joe Davis is great. But please, Joe: stop going full volume.
It's traditionally the most-watched game of the regular season, but where will it land this year?
"Northeast cities with larger, louder media, Philly, Boston, New York—GMs and owners listen to talk radio. They read the columns."
"I just feel like there’s probably more Johnny Miller in me, where when I used to watch him on golf telecasts, it was just scathing sometimes."
"Greg said, 'Tom, I gotta tell ya, this TV thing sucks.' It was great, we were dying laughing."
What ensued was a riveting two-minute debate over whose turn it was to interrupt the other
Ben Strauss of The Washington Post reported that Fox was set to only have a limited in-country presence in Qatar until a Qatar Airways sponsorship. Fox disputes Strauss' report when it comes to the detail of comped flights.
"This thing popped in my head a minute ago, and it’s my best take ever."
"I know there are people at Fox who would say there’s a chance that he doesn’t call a game there."