CBS SPORTS SPECTACULAR broadcasts the second PBR 15/15 BUCKING BATTLES on Saturday, Feb. 2 (1:00-2:00 PM, ET; taped 2/1) from the Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento, Calif. The PBR 15/15 BUCKING BATTLES features the top 15 riders in the world competing against the 15 highest-ranked bulls. The 15 bulls will be randomly drawn prior to the event and assigned a position from 1-to-15, while the top 15 riders will be assigned their bull according to their series standings. Like the first battle in Winston-Salem, the Round Two will include world champion bull Asteroid, who also will be the Monster Energy Money Bull. If the cowboy is able to have a successful eight-second ride, he will win a bonus of $33,000. Craig Hummer, JW Hart and Leah Garcia call all the action for CBS Sports. CBS Sports’ Steve McKee serves as coordinating producer.
“CBS SPORTS SPECTACULAR” HONORS NFL WITH “NFL HONORS PREVIEW: THE BEST OF 2012” ON SATURDAY, FEB. 2
CBS SPORTS SPECTACULAR honors the NFL with the NFL HONORS PREVIEW: THE BEST OF 2012 on Saturday, Feb. 2 (2:00-3:00 PM, ET). On the eve of the Super Bowl, your favorite athletes and celebrities gather in New Orleans for “NFL Honors,” a celebration of the 2012 NFL season. Kevin Frazier and Melissa Stark host an hour of behind-the-scenes access, VIP parties, epic highlights, comedy, and spirited debate from some of the CBS Sports analysts. CBS Sports’ Jonathan Segal serves as coordinating producer.
CBS SPORTS PAYS TRIBUTE TO ONE OF NFL’s ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES ON SATURDAY, FEB. 2
CBS SPORTS SPECTACULAR presents an in-depth look at one of the NFL’s greatest coaches in its history, Don Shula, in SHULA 347 on Saturday, Feb. 2 (3:00-4:00 PM, ET). Shula, widely considered one of the greatest coaches to ever walk a football sideline, is being featured in this hour-long special on the 40th anniversary of the undefeated 1972 Miami Dolphins, of whom Shula was the coach. CBS Sports’ Jason Ross serves as coordinating producer.
Harold Bryant is Executive Producer and Vice President, Production, CBS Sports.
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