ESPN and its affiliate networks have been live in New Orleans all week covering the days counting to the Superbowl. The ESPN family of networks has one more day today of live coverage leading up to Sunday’s big game. Those who missed yesterday’s coverage missed a big announcement as Donald Driver made it official that he was hanging up his cleats as of February 6th. That announcement was made first yesterday during ESPN’s live coverage. So what could today’s coverage bring? That’s anyone’s guess. But it all starts off with another brand new edition of Mike and Mike in the Morning. Greenie and Golic will be joined this morning by another full slate of guests and analysts including: NFL Hall of Famers Harry Carson, Mike Ditka, Roger Staubach, Jerry Rice, and Steve Young, Packers Wide Receiver Greg Jennings, and a whole slew of others. Fans can tune in live from 6-10am/5-9am CT on their local ESPN Radio affiliate and on TV on ESPN2.
Hannah Storm takes the reins at 9am/8am CT with the first edition of SportsCenter for the day. She’ll be joined by analysts: Herm Edwards, Trent Dilfer, and Mike Ditka to break down the game and the latest developments. That’s on ESPN. Colin Cowherd comes in next from 10am-1pm/9am-12pm CT on The Herd with Colin Cowherd. He’ll be followed by SVP and Rusillo on ESPN Radio and ESPN2. There’s a lot more to come throughout the day from there. Audiences can keep up with all the latest on today’s coverage online at http://www.facebook.com/ESPN and http://www.espn.com.
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