ESPN Kicks Off Daily Super Bowl LII Shows from Minneapolis on Wednesday – UPDATE


ESPN Kicks Off Daily Super Bowl LII Shows from Minneapolis on Wednesday – UPDATE

*Ed Note: Stefon Diggs appearance on SportsCenter has moved to Thursday at 9:30 a.m. CT (10:30 a.m. ET)

PHOTOS: ESPN at the Super Bowl

  • Hall of Famers Dan Marino, Terrell Davis and Tony Dungy on ESPN Radio’s Golic and Wingo
  • Vikings Wide Receiver Stefon Diggs on SportsCenter with Mike Greenberg

ESPN kicks off its daily Super Bowl LII shows and NFL-themed segments from set locations in Minnesota on Wednesday.

ESPN Radio’s Golic and Wingo (5 a.m. CT; ESPN Radio and ESPN2) will broadcast from the Hard Rock Café at Mall of America with a trio of Hall of Fame guests expected – Terrell Davis, Dan Marino and Tony Dungy. SportsCenter segments and NFL Live (12:30 p.m.) will originate from ESPN’s Super Bowl production headquarters at the IDS Center Crystal Court in downtown Minneapolis. Full show schedule.

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs, NFL legend Terrell Owens and Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen (who will be part of ESPN’s four-hour Postseason NFL Countdown on Super Bowl Sunday) and will join host Mike Greenberg on SportsCenter. Diggs caught the game-winning 64-yard touchdown as time expired in the Vikings’ NFC Divisional Playoff victory dubbed the ‘Minnesota Miracle’.

ESPN Shows at Super Bowl LII – Wednesday:

Time (CT) Show/Location Network(s)
3 a.m. First & Last (Radio Row, Mall of America)

Host: Mike Golic Jr.

ESPN Radio
5 a.m. Golic and Wingo (Hard Rock Café, Mall of America)

Hosts: Mike Golic and Trey Wingo

Guests: Hall of Fame RB and Super Bowl XXXII MVP Terrell Davis (5:30); Hall of Fame QB Dan Marino (6:30), Hall of Famer and Super Bowl XLI-winning coach Tony Dungy (7:30); Vikings WR Adam Thielen (8:00); Texans QB Deshaun Watson (8:30)

ESPN Radio / ESPN2
7 a.m. SportsCenter* (IDS Crystal Court)

Host: Mike Greenberg; Analysts: Tedy Bruschi, Louis Riddick and Adam Schefter

Guests: Legendary WR Terrell Owens (9:15); Panthers TE Greg Olsen (10:30)

9 a.m. First Take* (Hard Rock Café, Mall of America)

Guests: Chiefs RB Kareem Hunt (9:40), Broncos LB and Super Bowl 50 MVP Von Miller (10:45)

12 p.m. The Stephen A. Smith Show (Radio Row, Mall of America)

Host: Smith

Guests: Davis (12:30); Chiefs RB Kareem Hunt (1:00); former Raiders LB Bill Romanowski (1:30)

ESPN Radio
12:30 p.m. NFL Live Presented by Golden Corral (IDS Crystal Court)

Host: Trey Wingo; Analysts: Bruschi, Riddick, Ryan Clark and Schefter

Guest: Watson (12:45)

5 p.m. SportsCenter* (IDS Crystal Court)

Host: Steve Levy; Analysts: Charles Woodson, Clark and Chris Mortensen

10 p.m. SportsCenter* (IDS Crystal Court)

Host: Levy; Woodson and Clark


*Segments only

Notes: Commentator and guest schedules subject to change; Shows are free and open for public viewing.

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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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