Giants Vs. 49ers, 2012 NFC Championship Game: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman Will Have The Call For FOX

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New York Giants fans are probably a little sick of listening to the FOX crew of Joe Buck and Troy Aikman broadcast the team’s games this season. They will be listening to Buck and Aikman again this Sunday, however, when that duo broadcasts the Giants’ NFC Championship Game against the San Francisco 49ers.

Most likely, Giants fans won’t mind listening to Buck and Aikman, along with sideline reporters Pam Oliver and Chris Myers. The alternative, of course, is listening to Buck and Aikman do the game without the Giants playing in it.

The game will be broadcast across the Giants radio network. On the Giants flagship
WFAN – 660 AM in the Tri-State area – Bob Papa will call the play-by-play, Carl Banks will be as the analyst and Howard Cross will handle the sideline reporting. Anita Marks and Roman Oben will host the pre- and post-game shows, starting at
4:30 p.m.

The game will be broadcast across the nation by Westwood One with Kevin Harlan and Dan Fouts as the announcers, Mark Malone doing the sideline reporting and Scott Graham hosting the pre-game and halftime shows.

Finally, the game will also be broadcast in Spanish by Univision. Rafael Hernandez Brito will call the play-by-play and Eduardo Martell will serve as the analyst.

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