Lunchtime Is the New Prime Time for Fox Sports on MSN

FoxSportsLogo.jpgFox Sports on MSN wants sports fans to be its steady lunch date, as the site will launch Lunchtime Is the New Prime Time Sept. 14, featuring five Web-exclusive series at 1 p.m. each day, Mediaweek reported.

The lineup is:

Monday: The Afterparty with Jay Glazer, both live and taped, in which Jay Glazer will interview the five best performers in the previous day’s National Football League games, either on camera or by phone.

Tuesday: Coachspeak with Brian Billick, in which former Baltimore Ravens head coach Brian Billick will welcome five NFL head coaches to discuss strategy, with the guest list slated to include Jack Del Rio (Jacksonville Jaguars), John Fox (Carolina Panthers), John Harbaugh (Baltimore Ravens), Mike McCarthy (Green Bay Packers), Wade Phillips (Dallas Cowboys), Rex Ryan (New York Jets), Jim Schwartz (Detroit Lions), Mike Singletary (San Francisco 49ers), Mike Smith (Atlanta Falcons) and Jim Zorn (Washington Redskins).

Wednesday: The College Experiment, which FoxSports.com calls “an irreverent college football review and preview show.”

Thursday: Cubed, in which three employees sitting at their cubicles will discuss male-oriented topics in current events, sex and sports.

Friday: Inside Call, which will offer uncensored, Web-generated audio and video from the weekly conference call between Fox NFL Sunday writers and producers and Fox NFL commentators Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long, Michael Strahan and Jimmy Johnson.