The countdown to Superbowl XLVII is on. One day down and six more to go. Superbowl XLVII airs Sunday night on CBS affiliates nationwide. In the meantime, NFL fans can get their football fix on ESPN and its family of networks both on TV and on the radio. Tomorrow, the countdown rolls on with another whole day of programming dedicated solely to the big game. It all starts Tuesday morning with Mike and Mike in the morning from 6am – 10am EST/5am – 9am CT. Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic will be joined by ESPN analyst Herm Edwards at 7:30am. ESPN Insider Adam Schefter follows at 7:45 and ESPN analyst Mark Schlereth will be in at 8am. Audiences can check it all out on TV at ESPN2 and on the radio at every ESPN Radio affiliate across the country.
Mark and Mark are only the tip of the iceberg for Tuesday’s coverage. Once they get things started, host Hannah Storm takes viewers into more depth along with ESPN analysts Herm Edwards and Mark Schlereth and special guest Pittsburgh Steelers Defensive End Brett Keisel on SportsCenter on ESPN. That’s from 9am – 3pm EST (8am – 2pm CT).
ESPN’s Colin Cowherd joins in the festivities on The Herd with Colin Cowherd from 10am – 1pm EST (9am – 12pm CT). He’ll be joined by Pittsburgh Steelers Defensive End Brett Keisel at 10:30/9:30 CT and NFL legend Bill Romanowski at 12:15pm/11:15pm CT. That’s on ESPN Radio and ESPNU.
Later in the afternoon, fans can tune in to SVP and Rusillo as hosts Scott Van Pelt and Ryan Rusillo welcome ESPN analyst Tedy Bruschi at 2:15/1:15CT. That’s on ESPN News and every ESPN Radio affiliate across the dial.
Still not enough? Host Steve Levy takes viewers into the later afternoon hours from 3pm/2pm CT – 4pm/3pm CT on ESPN. He will be joined by ESPN analysts Herm Edwards and Tedy Bruschi in a special edition of SportsCenter presented by Little Caesar’s Pizza.
NFL Live follows the day’s special edition of SportsCenter. Host Trey Wingo, Mark Schlereth and Ron Jaworski will be discussing Sunday’s game and what to expect from both sides. That’s Tuesday evening from 4pm/3pm CT – 5pm/4pmCT also on ESPN.
SportsNation presented by Toyota will be on at 4/3CT. Hosts Charissa Thompson and Marcellus Wiley will be joined by ESPN analyst Herm Edwards and special guests Brett Keisel and Bill Romanowski on ESPN2.
As the sun starts to set on the day, the ESPN family of networks still has plenty of coverage for fans. From 5/4CT – 6/5CT, hosts Suzy Kolber and Chris Mortensen welcome fans for NFL32 on ESPN2. They will be joined by ESPN Cris Carter and Mark Schlereth.
Steve Levy will be back on the air again from 6pm – 7pm EST/5pm – 6pm CT for another edition of SportsCenter on ESPN. He will be joined by analysts Tedy Bruschi and Cris Carter.
ESPN’s Hispanic audience hasn’t been left out of the celebrations. From 8pm – 9pm ET/7pm – 8pm CT, ESPN Dos will air the NFL Semanal special. It will be hosted by Ciro Picuna. Picuna will be joined by analysts Raul Allegre, Alvaro Martin, Eduardo Varela, John Sutcliffe, and Mauricia Pedroza. It will also air at 9:30pm/8:30 CT and 12am/11pm CT on Latin North.
Capping the day’s Superbowl coverage is one more edition of SportsCenter from 9pm – 12am/8pm – 11pm CT on ESPN. Host Stuart Scott is scheduled to host. Scott will be joined live by analysts Trent Dilfer and Merril Hoge.
All programs are open for public viewing all week as they will be broadcast live from New Orleans. Fans are encouraged to attend.
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