ESPN’s Super Bowl XLVIII Coverage Starts Monday at 6 a.m. ET


ESPN’s Super Bowl XLVIII Coverage Starts Monday at 6 a.m. ET

115 Hours of TV/Radio Planned from Herald Square and Times Square Sets in New York City

ESPN Radio’s Mike & Mike to Interview NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell at 8:30 a.m.

ESPN’s coverage of Super Bowl XLVIII kicks off Monday, Jan. 27, at 6 a.m. ET and continues throughout the week with more than 115 hours of television and radio programming originating from set locations at Herald Square and Times Square Studios in New York City. 

The first day of Super Bowl week coverage will include Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic’s phone interview with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell at 8:30 a.m. on ESPN Radio’s Mike & Mike (simulcast on ESPN2).

SportsCenter, NFL Live, NFL Insiders, Sunday NFL Countdown, Mike & Mike, The Herd with Colin Cowherd, SVP & Russillo and First Take and are some of the popular ESPN television and radio programs that will be based in Manhattan throughout the week. Full release on ESPN Super Bowl plans.

Chris Berman, covering his 32nd Super Bowl, Greenberg, Golic, Suzy Kolber, Steve Levy, Ryen Russillo, Stuart Scott, Hannah Storm, Scott Van Pelt and Trey Wingo, will be among the show hosts. ESPN NFL analysts and experts will include the likes of Tedy Bruschi, Cris Carter, Mike Ditka, Trent Dilfer, Tom Jackson, Ron Jaworski, Keyshawn Johnson, Ray Lewis, Chris Mortensen, Bill Polian, Adam Schefter, Mark Schlereth and Steve Young. They will appear on various programs throughout the week to offer their analysis and perspective on the Broncos-Seahawks matchup in Super Bowl XLVIII.

ESPN television and radio shows at Herald Square will be open for public viewing all week. Monday’s schedule:

Time (ET) Show Network(s)
6-10 a.m. Mike & Mike (Herald Square)Hosts: Mike Greenberg and Mike GolicGuests: NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell (8:30); and Hall of Fame RB and Super Bowl XLVIII committee member Curtis Martin (9 a.m.) ESPN Radio, ESPN2
11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. SportsCenter (Times Square Studios)Host: Hannah StormGuest: New York Giants P Steve Weatherford    ESPN
10 a.m.-12 p.m. First Take (Bryant Park)Host: Cari Champion; Lead Commentators: Skip Bayless and Stephen A. SmithGuests: Pittsburgh Steelers WR Plaxico Burress (10:15) and Martin (10:30) ESPN2
10 a.m.-1 p.m. The Herd with Colin Cowherd (Herald Square)Host: Colin CowherdGuests: Trent Dilfer (10:45) and Burress (10:15) ESPN Radio, ESPNU
1-4 p.m. SVP & Russillo (Times Square Studios)Hosts: Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo. ESPN Radio, ESPNEWS
3-4 p.m. NFL Insiders (Herald Square)Host: Suzy Kolber. Insiders: Adam Schefter, Chris Mortensen and Bill Polian ESPN
4-5 p.m. NFL Live (Herald Square)Host: Trey Wingo. Analysts: Tedy Bruschi and Mark Schlereth. ESPN
6-7 p.m. SportsCenter (Herald Square)Host: Steve Levy. Analysts: Bruschi and Cris Carter. ESPN
6-7 p.m. NFL Esta Noche (Times Square Studios)Hosts: Ciro Procuna; Analysts: Alvaro Martin, Eduardo Varela, John Sutcliffe and Mauricio Pedroza. ESPN in Latin America
9 p.m.-12 a.m. SportsCenter (Herald Square)Host: Stuart Scott. Analysts: Carter and Jaworski. ESPN

Note: Commentator and guest schedules subject to change

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Mac Nwulu

I joined ESPN in 1998 and since then, it's been a great experience managing PR and communications for a range of ESPN initiatives and properties over the years. I am currently focused on soccer and The Undefeated, ESPN’s site focusing on sports, race and urban culture and how they intersect.
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