Weeklong Coverage from North Texas Monday at 5 a.m. CT
Multiple Programs Originating Live from Sundance Square in Fort Worth
ESPN’s multimedia coverage of Super Bowl XLV kicks off Monday, Jan. 31, at 5 a.m. CT and continues throughout the week with more than 90 hours of domestic television and 55 hours of radio programming originating live from Sundance Square (195 West 3rd Street) in Fort Worth, Texas. Mike and Mike in the Morning, The Herd with Colin Cowherd, Scott Van Pelt Show, NFL Live, SportsCenter, SportsNation and Sunday NFL Countdown are among the ESPN shows based in North Texas throughout the week. Additionally, First Take, Around the Horn, Pardon the Interruption, Outside the Lines, and Rome is Burning will have daily interviews, guests, panelists and segments from Super Bowl all week.
Chris Berman, covering his 29th Super Bowl, will anchor Monday’s 11 p.m. edition of SportsCenter from Sundance Square. Cris Carter, Tom Jackson, Ron Jaworski, Mark Schlereth, Darren Woodson and Trey Wingo will be among the ESPN personalities who will appear on various programs throughout the day from ESPN’s main set as they get fans ready for Sunday’s game between the Packers and Steelers.
ESPN television and radio shows will be open for public viewing all week and fans are encouraged to attend. Monday’s schedule (all times CT):
5 a.m. Mike and Mike in the Morning (ESPN Radio/ESPN2)
Hosts: Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic
Guests: Sports Illustrated sr. writer Peter King (5:45 a.m., by phone), ESPN sr. NFL writer John Clayton (6:15 a.m., phone), Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons (6:30 a.m., phone), former Packers Super Bowl champion LeRoy Butler (7 a.m., phone), three-time Cowboys Super Bowl champion and ESPN analyst Darren Woodson (7:30 a.m.), and legendary NFL player and broadcaster Pat Summerall (8:30 a.m.)
9 a.m. First Take / 1st and 10 (ESPN2) **
On-site: Former three-time Pro Bowler Simeon Rice (10:30 a.m.)
9 a.m. The Herd (ESPN Radio/ESPNU)
Host: Colin Cowherd
Guest: Super Bowl champion quarterback and ESPN analyst Trent Dilfer (11:15 a.m., phone) and Super Bowl champion quarterback and NFL Network analyst Kurt Warner (12:15 p.m., phone)
1 p.m. Scott Van Pelt Show (ESPN Radio/ESPN2)
Hosts: Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo
Guests: Super Bowl champion linebacker and ESPN analyst Antonio Pierce (12:30 p.m., phone), Chicago Bears Pro Bowl linebacker Lance Briggs (1:15 p.m., phone), former three-time Pro Bowler Simeon Rice (2:30 p.m.) and Hall of Fame Cowboys running back Tony Dorsett (3:30 p.m.)
2 p.m. SportsCenter Special / NFL Live (ESPN)
Hosts: Mike Tirico and Trey Wingo. Analysts: Jackson, Jaworski and Woodson.
3 p.m. SportsNation (ESPN2)
Hosts: Michelle Beadle and Cowherd
Guests: Brothers Remi Ayodele, New Orleans Saints defensive tackle, and Akin Ayodele, Buffalo Bills linebacker, and Dorsett.
3 p.m. Pardon the Interruption (ESPN) … to air at 4:30 p.m. **
On-site: Michael Wilbon
3:30 p.m. Rome is Burning (ESPN)
Host: Jim Rome
Guests: Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban and Steelers linebacker LaMarr Woodley
5 p.m. SportsCenter (ESPN)
Host: Greenberg. Analysts: Golic and Schlereth
7 p.m. SportsCenter (ESPN Deportes)
Host: Ciro Procuna. Analysts: Raul Allegre and Alvaro Martin
8 p.m. SportsCenter (ESPN) … to air at 10 p.m.
Host: Chris Berman. Analysts: Carter and Schlereth
Note: Commentator and guest schedules subject to change
** Select interviews/segments originating from North Texas
All times CT
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