New York Yankees star and FOX Sports Ohio broadcaster Joe Buck was named the Big Ten’s most-coveted broadcaster on Tuesday.
Buck’s deal with FOX Sports is worth $3 million per season, with the broadcaster making $1.6 million in the final year of his deal.
Bucks contract is the most lucrative for any Big Ten broadcaster, according to the 247Sports.com database.
ESPN and ESPN2 currently hold the most contracts in the conference.
Bucky Brooks is the Big 12’s most popular college football announcer and his contract is worth a cool $1 million per year.
He is the second-most-coved broadcaster in the Big XII behind Oklahoma’s Chris Spielman.
Buckle’s contract is also the second most lucrative in the Pac-12, behind TCU’s Sean Miller’s contract.
Bubba Anderson is the only Big Ten television broadcaster with a guaranteed $1-million per year deal.
He makes $2.5 million in his second year on the job.
Anderson, who grew up in Indiana and played college football at Ohio State, is the fourth most-popular Big Ten college football analyst, according a survey of ESPN2 and ESPN3 by 247Sports on Tuesday morning.
The survey also found the most-mentioned name on campus was Wisconsin’s Bryan Fischer, who is ranked the most popular football analyst.
Biggs, who recently retired from the NFL, has earned more than $1 billion in his career.
Bryan Fischer, the most recognized sports announcer in college football, is one of four most-followed figures on Twitter in the United States, according the ESPN Stats & Info.
He also ranks in the top three of Twitter followers on Twitter, according ESPN.
Brett Hundley is the highest-paid college football player in the country, making $7 million per game.
Hundleys contract is valued at $7.8 million per contest, ESPN said.
The other top-paid players in college sports are Florida State’s Jameis Winston, who earned $7 billion in salary last season, and Nebraska’s Samaje Perine, who made $5.4 million per week.
The top-rated players in the ACC are Clemson’s Deshaun Watson, who ranked third in ESPN’s Top 25 list for the second straight year, and North Carolina’s Cam Newton, who ranks fifth.ESPN3 is the conference’s largest television package and provides the top-ranked teams and top-performing programs from the Big East, ACC and Big Ten conferences.