Friday night football has gone to a whole ‘nother level in Texas – if that’s even possible.

Fox Sports Southwest and Dave Campbell’s Texas Football magazine have joined up to bring a one-of-its-kind prep football show this fall.

FSS High School Football Friday will be a four-hour show on Friday nights featuring live games spread over three shows beginning on Zero Week.

The show will air from 7-11 p.m. and will continue until week 10. It will include highlights, live reports from across Texas, and game previews.

Powered by DCTF, the show will also travel to the best game of the week and FSS will brings its 20-foot set and intereactive booths for fans.

“It will be a Friday football extravaganza,” said FOX Sports Southwest Senior Vice President/General Manager Jon Heidtke. “It can revolutionize high school football coverage in a way that’s never been done before. We’ll be getting continuous reports and highlights from dozens of contributors and photographers from all parts of the state.”

The show’s first live game will be San Antonio Madison at Cibolo Steel on Aug. 26.

High School Football Friday at a glance

Football Friday Live presented by State Farm (7:00-7:30 PM) – This 30-minute pregame show will preview the marquee matchup at the designated game site and other big games across the state. Fans will be invited to come out early and be part of the program as announcers highlight the game, players, coaches and even the band and drill team.

Football Friday Blitz (7:30-10:30 PM) – Three hours of highlight footage and live reports from significant games around the state. The show will have the ability to tap into radio game broadcasts for quick updates. Correspondents will use Skype to file video reports from their games. Fans will be encouraged to send in their own updates from games they’re attending via Twitter. A ticker will update scores throughout the program. It all adds up to the most comprehensive, up-to-the-minute coverage of games as they happen.

Football Friday Overtime (10:30 p.m.-11:00 p.m.) – A 30-minute wrapup show that will recap the night’s action from all areas of the state. It will include game highlights, and interviews with coaches, players and fans.