Troy Aikman and Joe Buck lead FOX's Super Bowl reporting team for sixth time

FOX Sports has taken over Miami for the network's ninth Super Bowl, offering more than 100 hours off live programming across FOX, FS1 and FOX Deportes with a massive South Beach studio constructed specifically for the big game.

FOX's crew moves a few miles west from the beach to Hard Rock Stadium by Super Bowl LIV’s 6:30 p.m. ET kickoff when FOX Sports lead NFL play-by-play announcer Joe Buck and Hall of Famer Troy Aikman will call the battle between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers.

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It’s the sixth Super Bowl that Buck and Aikman have worked together, the most by any active broadcasting duo. Erin Andrews and Chris Myers will report from the field with two former NFL officiating executives -- Mike Pereira and Dean Blandino -- serving as rules analysts. The kickoff will come after seven hours of pregame programming featuring fan favorites Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long, Michael Strahan, Jimmy Johnson and Curt Menefee, among many other FOX Sports personalities.

Joe Buck and Troy Aikman will call Super Bowl LIV on FOX.

Joe Buck and Troy Aikman will call Super Bowl LIV on FOX.

Joe Buck

Buck, the son of late broadcasting legend Jack Buck, will call his sixth Super Bowl in Miami when the San Francisco 49ers battle the Kansas City Chiefs. He has been FOX Sports’ lead play-by-play broadcaster for the NFL on FOX since 2002 and calls "Americas Game of the Week" in addition to "Thursday Night Football."

The seven-time Emmy Award winner also calls Major League Baseball and the USGA on FOX. Buck has called five Super Bowls, 21 MLB All-Star Games, 21 World Series and 23 MLB League Championship Series for FOX Sports.

Joe Buck has been FOX Sports’ lead play-by-play broadcaster for the NFL on FOX since 2002.

Joe Buck has been FOX Sports’ lead play-by-play broadcaster for the NFL on FOX since 2002.

The Indiana University grad joined FOX Sports in 1994 and became the youngest person to ever call a full season of NFL action. He was the network’s lead MLB play-by-play announcer by 1996, when he became the youngest person to call the World Series at age 27. He has emerged as a pop culture icon, appearing in a variety of television shows and movies, often poking fun at himself in the process.

The annual Joe Buck Classic golf tournament has raised more than $5 million for St. Louis Children’s Hospital since it began in 2000.

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Troy Aikman won three Super Bowls as a player but a new generation of fans will remember him as an accomplished broadcaster on FOX. (Brian Bahr/Getty Images)

Troy Aikman won three Super Bowls as a player but a new generation of fans will remember him as an accomplished broadcaster on FOX. (Brian Bahr/Getty Images)

Troy Aikman

Aikman is among the most accomplished quarterbacks to ever play the game, and his storied career as a broadcaster has allowed a new generation of fans to embrace him. He became FOX’s lead game analyst in 2002 after only one season of broadcasting experience after wrapping up his playing career after the 2000 season. Aikman’s Hall of Fame playing career featured 45 Dallas Cowboys passing records, including throwing for 32,942 yards and 165 touchdowns.

Aikman’s Cowboys won three Super Bowls and are considered one of the greatest teams in NFL history. He earned six Pro Bowls, the 1992 Super Bowl MVP, 1997 Walter Payton Man of the Year, made the 1989 NFL All-Rookie Team and was the first overall selection in the 1989 NFL Draft.

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Erin Andrews previously reported from Super Bowl XLVIII and Super Bowl LI.

Erin Andrews previously reported from Super Bowl XLVIII and Super Bowl LI.

Erin Andrews

Andrews is among the most popular sports reporters in the industry and reports from the sideline for both “Thursday Night Football” and “Americas Game of the Week.”

Andrews will cover her third Super Bowl, previously working Super Bowl XLVIII and Super Bowl LI. She also covers MLB on FOX, including the World Series and even competed on ABC’s “Dancing With The Stars” during its 10th season, finishing third alongside partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy. Her "DWTS" gig went so well, she now co-hosts the show!

Chris Myers will roam the sidelines during Super Bowl LIV on FOX. (William Hauser-FOX SPORTS

Chris Myers will roam the sidelines during Super Bowl LIV on FOX. (William Hauser-FOX SPORTS

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Chris Myers

Myers covers everything from NFL, NASCAR and MLB to the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on FOX Sports. He previously contributed to Super Bowl XXXIX, Super Bowl XLII, Super Bowl XLV, Super Bowl XLVIII and Super Bowl LI. Myers joined FOX in 1998 after an 11-year stint at ESPN.

The Emmy Award-winning Myers worked a full slate of regular-season NFL games as a play-by-play announcer before pivoting to sideline reporter for the postseason.

FOX Sports rules expert Mike Pereira was Vice President of NFL Officiating from 2004-2009.

FOX Sports rules expert Mike Pereira was Vice President of NFL Officiating from 2004-2009.

Mike Pereira

The sharp-dressed Pereira spent 14 years as an NFL executive, overseeing the officiating department in a variety of roles. He was named Vice President of NFL Officiating in 2004 and walked away in 2009, joining FOX Sports in 2010 and changing the way games are analyzed in the process. Pereira serves as a rules analyst, walking viewers through complex rules interpretations and explanations.

Pereira, who was nicknamed “Hollywood Mike” during his time as an NFL executive, spent two seasons on the field as a sideline judge. He also spent 14 years as a college football official and contributes to the FOX College Football game broadcasts.

Dean Blandino 

Blandino followed in Pereira’s footsteps as Vice President of NFL Officiating after working his way up from intern. He was also an NFL Instant Replay Official from 1999-2003, where he was selected to work two Super Bowls. He’s considered one of the world’s foremost experts on instant replay and works with a variety of leagues, including the XFL and NCAA in addition to serving as a Fox Sports rules analyst.

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Pregame festivities

FOX kicks off at 1 p.m. ET with a special hosted by Charissa Thompson, featuring analysis by Tony Gonzalez, Michael Vick, Dave Wannstedt, Collin Cowherd Greg Olsen and NFL insider Peter Schrager.

The official pregame show starts at 2 p.m. ET with host Curt Menefee and analysis by Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long, Michael Strahan, Jimmy Johnson, Rob Gronkowski and NFL insider Jay Glazer and reporter Kristina Pink.

Super Bowl LIV starts at 6:30 p.m. ET on FOX.