FS1 college basketball announcers are Gus Johnson, Adam Amin, Jason Benetti, Tim Brando, Joe Davis, Lisa Byington and Brandon Gaudin.

Fox Sports 1 network primarily provides live telecasts of college sports, including Big Ten, Pac-12, Big 12 football, and Big East basketball. 

Soccer, baseball, and motorsports events are another specialty of FS1. The channel's experts later speak on the games and events' major happenings for the audience, making it one of the most watched channels by FOX Sports.

Likewise, FS1 is prominent for airing college basketball games which are branded as Fox College Hoops, aka  Fox CBB or Fox Primetime Hoops.

A big panel of NCAA basketball sideline reporters and veteran analysts communicates the match story with the audience in a captivating way.

FS1 College Basketball Announcers List

 NCAA tournament announcers are:

  • Gus Johnson
  • Adam Amin
  • Jason Benetti
  • Tim Brando
  • Lisa Byington
  • Joe Davis
  • Noah Eagle
  • Alex Faust
  • Brandon Gaudin
  • Aaron Goldsmith
  • Kevin Kugler
  • John Fanta

Gus Johnson

Johnson during the 2023 NBA Playoffs.
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Gus Johnson first joined Fox Sports in 2011 as a veteran name in the field. He has been a play-by-play announcer for most of his life and is affiliated with other sports media houses.

Johnson joined Turner Sports in 2022 and was previously a part of Big Ten Network and CBS Sports. He was also a member of the Showtime Boxing from 2008 to 2011.

The Harvard University graduate is well-known for his many commentary catch-phrases "Hurt My Feelings!", "Oh my goodness!", "Rise and fire... Count it!", "Here comes the pain!" and many others.

Adam Amin

Amin graduated from Valparaiso University in 2009.
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Adam Amin has been calling play-by-play for FOX Sports' coverage of NFL, MLB, and CBB since 2020. He made his network debut on July 25 that year alongside FOX MLB analyst Eric Karros.

Since then, Amin has called the 2020 NFL season as a play-by-play broadcaster and later the Fox MLB playoff. The same year, he started out as the TV play-by-play broadcaster for the Bulls on NBC Sports Chicago.

The Chicago-born Adam also bagged the Illinois Sportscaster of the Year for 2021 provided by National Sports Media Association.

Jason Benetti

Benetti lives with cerebral palsy (CP), of which he was diagnosed at an early age.
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Jason Benetti covers MLB and college football and basketball for FOX Sports as of August 2022. He previously worked for ESPN from 2011 to 2022 and NBC Sports from 2021 to 2022.

Besides FS1, he has been covering for NBC Sports Chicago since 2016. He is the primary television play-by-play broadcaster for Chicago White Sox and alternate anchorman for the Chicago Bulls.

Tim Brando

Brando was born on February 27, 1956, in Chicago, Illinois.
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The former CBS anchorman, Tim Brando, started his tenure as a play-by-play commentator for Fox Sports on June 25, 2014.  Since then, he has regularly provided his voice for college football and basketball games on the Fox network.

Brando was later named a backup NFL anchorman the same year. Besides his Fox duties, Brando has also called games of the Atlantic Coast Conference games for Raycom.

Lisa Byington

Byington anchored for men's and women's soccer at the 2020 Olympics.
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Lisa Byington has called on college sports for FOX Sports for a long time, as of 2023. She is the first female play-by-play announcer for the Big Ten Network when she called on a college football game in 2017.

She has also covered the 2019 Women's World Cup for Fox and the 2020 Olympic Games for men's and women's soccer. Lisa is quite experienced in her career as she grew from a sideline reporter to an anchorwoman after many struggles.

Byington is also amongst the first woman NCAA basketball hosts to cover March Madness. She did that in 2021 for CBS and Turner Sports.

Joe Davis

Davis graduated from Beloit College in 2010 with a degree in communications and journalism.
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Joe Davis primarily calls on college basketball games, MLB, and NFL for Fox Sports. Meanwhile, he is best known for being the play-by-play announcer for LA Dodgers telecasts on Spectrum SportsNet LA.

Moreover, he is the main play-by-play broadcaster for the annual World Series and MLB All-Star Game on the Fox network.

FS1 Basketball Commentators

Basketball commentators on Fox Sports 1 are listed below:

  • Nick Bahe
  • Stephen Bardo
  • Donny Marshall
  • Jim Spanarkel
  • Casey Jacobsen

Nick Bahe

Bahe (left) with Kevin Kugler in January 2022.
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Nick Bahe is dedicated to FS1 as a basketball expert. He is mainly known for his entertaining personality at "The Nick Bahe Podcast."

Besides FOX Sports, he has also called games for the Big Ten Network and CBS Sports Network. He has also been the radio color voice for the Creighton men’s basketball team since 2009. 

Moreover, the 6 feet 2 inches tall Bahe is a former guard of the Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team.

Stephen Bardo

Bardo was a basketball player at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
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Stephen Bardo was born on April 5, 1968. He played basketball at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, where he led his varsity team to the 1989 Final Four.

The former point guard was named the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year. He took his team to reach the NCAA Tournament each season when he was active.

Bardo started his broadcasting career as a basketball analyst and joined Fox Sports 1 network as a studio host and game broadcaster.

Donny Marshall

Marshall (right) with John Fanta at an Big East game in January 2023.
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Donny Marshall is a veteran FOX Sports TV analyst for NCAA basketball games. He also provides analysis for WestwoodOne national radio broadcasts during the men's NCAA championship basketball tournament.

Marshall is a former college athlete, having played basketball for the Connecticut Huskies men's basketball as a four-year letter winner.

Regarding his broadcasting career, he has shared the platform with notable companies, including Comcast SportsNet and NBC Sports Network.

Jim Spanarkel

Spanarkel was born on June 28, 1957, in Jersey City.
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Jim Spanarkel was born on June 28, 1957, and went on to become an All-American in 1979 for Duke University.

He played as both a shooting guard and small forward coming into his NBA career with the 7ers and Dallas Mavericks from 1979 to 1984. Jim boasts a broadcasting career of more than three decades, where he has been an employee of many top-notch networks.

Casey Jacobsen

Jacobsen with his co-host AJ McCord during the sets of Pac-12 game coverage in 2023.
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Casey Jacobsen retired from his pro basketball career in 2014 and ventured into the world of broadcasting right after. He first joined the Phoenix Suns as their broadcaster during some pre-game and post-game shows.

The same year, he joined Fox Sports and the Pac-12 Networks to cover college basketball. He has continued his work since then. 

Fox Sports Basketball Analysts

FS1 analysts on NCAA basketball broadcasts are:

  • Jim Jackson
  • Bill Raftery
  • Rob Stone
  • Mike DeCourcy
  • Devin Harris

Jim Jackson

Jim with Chris Haynes (middle) and Ian Eagle calling the NBA Playoffs in 2022.
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Jim Jackson is the lead analyst for FOX Sports. A former NBA player from 1992 to 2002, he first stepped into the broadcasting field in 2007.

Since then, he has worked with Big Ten Network, Turner Sports, and Fox Sports. Besides college games, he also covers the semifinals and finals of the BIG EAST tournament and BIG3.

Jim played college basketball with the Ohio State Buckeyes before being drafted in the first round at the 1992 NBA Draft. Jackson is also one of the well-known NBA on TNT analysts since 2014.

Bill Raftery

Raftery celebrated his 80th birthday on April 20, 2023.
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The former college basketball coach, Bill Raftery, signed with Fox Sports on June 27, 2013. He teamed up with Gus Johnson to call on the Big East basketball games at the starting days of FS1.

Bill has also looked after the CBS Sports college basketball coverage since 1983. His many catchphrases have attracted many fans, including "Onions!"  "Man-to-man!" "Get the puppies organized!" and many others.

Rob Stone

Stone wearing a custom hat, inspired by WWE wrestler, Natalya, at the 2023 Wrestlemania.
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Rob Stone briefly won the WWE 24/7 Champion during a Fox promotional event on August 23, 2019, by pinning R-Truth but lost it soon afterward to Elias.

Besides being a WWE and wrestling fanatic, Stone has been leading the FOX Sports network with his insights on NCAA basketball matches.

He had left ESPN to join his current employer, where he initially started hosting all soccer programs for FSMG. Stone later started with college football and moved on with basketball broadcasts. As of 2023, he has also been a substitute host for Fox's coverage of MLB.