A few weeks ago, a fan-controlled football game on Fox Sports Southwest was the highest-rated college football game in network history.
And now it has reached new heights.
The network has pulled the title from Fox Sports South for now, replacing it with a new, more accurate title.
But, it’s still available for free.
Fox Sports Southwest’s new title is:The College Football Playoffs – The Most Trusted College Football Game in Network History, a title it first shared in August 2017.
It was changed to College Football – The Greatest College Football Games in Network Histories last November.
It has also become a national-level event.
Since that change, Fox Sports has pulled titles for games that have been canceled or postponed, and for games the network says have been impacted by weather, including the Super Bowl.
But fans still can watch the games from their mobile devices.
The title has been changed to The College Football Super Bowl: The Most Popular Football Game on Mobile Devices, which has more than 6 million downloads.
The game has been downloaded more than 4.5 million times, according to Nielsen.
The College football playoff is broadcast in 21 markets, including Miami, Los Angeles, Chicago, New Orleans, Denver, Houston, Philadelphia, and Kansas City.
The first-ever College football championship game, played in Miami, was canceled after the Hurricanes failed to win the Big East title.
The Super Bowl is also broadcast in Chicago, and will be played in the Chicago area for the first time this year.
The New Orleans Saints and Houston Texans are the only teams in the playoff to not win the championship.
The game was played for the third time in the last four seasons.
The last time it was played in an era when mobile devices were not ubiquitous was in 2020.
Fox has not yet released a final decision on the title, but will likely make a final call in early 2018.