ESPN’s multimedia coverage of Super Bowl XLIV will continue Thursday from South Florida and ESPN’s Bristol,
Conn., studios, with Hall of Fame Dallas Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman (Mike & Mike in the Morning, First Take and The Herd), political consultant James Carville (Mike & Mike), and San Francisco 49ers legends Joe Montana and Dwight Clark (Mike & Mike, The Herd) set to make appearances. Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb will also appear as a guest analyst on the 6 p.m. edition of SportsCenter.
TV shows will originate from ESPN’s main set at Lummus Park on Miami Beach (12th Street and Ocean Drive). ESPN Radio will broadcast from 11th St. and Ocean Drive in South Beach (adjacent to the ESPN television set) throughout the week. ESPN TV and radio shows will be aired live throughout the week, and fans are encouraged to attend. Thursday’s schedule (all times ET):
6 a.m. Mike and Mike in the Morning (ESPN Radio/ESPN2) +
Hosts: Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic
Guests: Hall of Fame Cincinnati Bengals offensive lineman Anthony Munoz (6:12 a.m.), NFL senior writer John Clayton (6:24 a.m., by phone), Hall of Fame Dallas Cowboys running back Tony Dorsett (6:42 a.m.), Hall of Fame Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly (7:12 a.m.), Hall of Fame San Francisco 49ers quarterback Joe Montana and former 49ers wide receiver Dwight Clark (7:24 a.m.), political consultant and Louisiana native James Carville (7:42 a.m.), NFL senior analyst Chris Mortensen (8:12 a.m.), NFL analyst Mike Ditka (8:24 a.m.), Pro Football Hall of Fame Dallas Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman (9:12 a.m.), and New York Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora (9:24 a.m.).
10 a.m. First Take / 1st and 10 (ESPN2) ^
On-site (in order of appearance): NFL Insider Adam Schefter (taped), Aikman (taped), New York Jets linebacker Calvin Pace (11:10 a.m.), and Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker LaMarr Woodley (11:30 a.m.).
10 a.m. The Herd (ESPN Radio/ESPNU) +
Host: Colin Cowherd
Guests: Aikman (11:10 a.m., by phone), Montana and Clark (11:40 a.m.), New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning (12:10 p.m., by phone), Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco (1:10 p.m., by phone), and former Seattle Seahawks Pro Bowl running back Shaun Alexander (12:40 p.m.)
1 p.m. Around the Horn (ESPN) … to air at 5 p.m. ^
On-site: Jay Mariotti (AOL Fanhouse) and Woody Paige (Denver Post)
2 p.m. The Scott Van Pelt (ESPN Radio/ESPN2) +
Hosts: Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo
Guests: MNF commentator Mike Tirico (2:10 a.m.), Atlanta Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez (2:40 p.m., by phone), San Diego Chargers linebacker Shawne Merriman (3:10 a.m.), Alexander and former Tennessee Titans running back Eddie George (3:25 a.m.), and New York Jets offensive lineman Damien Woody (3:40 a.m.).
3:30 p.m. SportsCenter Special / NFL Live (ESPN) ~
Host: Trey Wingo. Analysts: Tedy Bruschi and Mark Schlereth
4:30 p.m. Rome is Burning (ESPN) ~
Host: Jim Rome
Guests: Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson, Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Jack Del Rio and Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Sidney Rice.
Forum panel: Jeffri Chadiha (ESPN.com) and Ashley Fox (Philadelphia Inquirer)
4 p.m. Pardon the Interruption (ESPN) + … to air at 5:30 p.m.
On-site host: Michael Wilbon
Five Good Minutes guests: NFL Network analyst Deion Sanders
6 p.m. SportsCenter (ESPN) ~
Host: Steve Levy. Analysts: Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb and Steve Young
8 p.m. SportsCenter (ESPN Deportes) +
Host: Ciro Procuna. Analysts: Raul Allegre and Alvaro Martin
9 p.m. SportsCenter (ESPN) ~ (to air at 11 p.m.)
Host: Stuart Scott. Analysts: Jon Gruden and Keyshawn Johnson
Note: Commentator and guest schedules subject to change
** Select interviews/segments originating from South Florida
+ 11th Street set
~ 12th Street set
^ Washington Street pod camera
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