As part of the new deal, he will also call select matchups throughout the college basketball season.
In addition to his football roles, Fowler is calling the upcoming U.S. Open Tennis Championships from Flushing, N.Y., which commences on Aug. 28.
"For the record, ESPN did right by me during my entire career. No hard feelings. It was an honor to work there."
The discussion should end with that backflip into the Tennessee River during ESPN College GameDay, right?
"We get a billboard for three hours on Saturday morning. And it's phenomenal."
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College GameDay on ESPN, Big Noon Kickoff on FOX and Texas pregame on Longhorn Network will all emanate from just outside Royal-Memorial Stadium.
Cook is closely associated with college football, but he was an important figure in sports broadcasting.
"I’ve known what Sunday looks like, I’ve known what Mondays look like. I’ve just known it and now it’s all gonna change."
“I’m not going to lie, it’s going to be monumental. For four months, I’m not really going to have any days off.”