The millions of football fans who tune into FOX’s coverage of Super Bowl LVII will notice something different about the network’s coverage, compared to what we’re used to seeing from them on a typical Sunday.
According to the NY Post’s Andrew Marchand, Fox will introduce “a slightly different graphics look” for their coverage of the big game between the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs. The look is said to be a “modernized” version of their usual look.
This is nothing new, as networks tend to give the Super Bowl a different look to distinguish it from their regular season and playoff coverage. FOX considered keeping everything the same, but opted for the changes in the end.
Via NY Post:
Fox will have a slightly different graphics look for Super Bowl Sunday. Zager said they had discussions about not doing it, but traditionally networks unveil a new look, trying to distinguish the Super Bowl from regular-season and playoff games. Zager said it won’t be as drastic as their last Super Bowl three years ago, but it will modernize the look even more.
The last time FOX broadcasted the big game was Super Bowl LIV between the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs—which the Chiefs won, 31-20.
This year’s big game will be held at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, with kickoff set for 6:30pm ET. Kevin Burkhardt and Greg Olsen will be tasked with providing the play-by-play commentary, with Erin Andrews and Tom Rinaldi working the sidelines.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.