Super Sunday has arrived. The Giants and the Patriots will lay it all on the line once foot is put through ball at 6:29 PM Eastern in Indianapolis. To get you ready for the big game, we’ll kick things off at 3 PM with Super Bowl Preview hosted by Scott Graham and Boomer Esiason. Then, at 4 PM Eastern, our live pregame coverage begins from Lucas Oil Stadium. We know you’re busy on Super Bowl Sunday, so here is a rough schedule of what you can hear on our shows — and when you can hear it. As an added bonus, we’ve given you a sneak peak of the interviews!
Super Sunday Pregame Schedule
(All times are Eastern and approximate)
4:06 Kevin Harlan and Boomer Esiason set the scene
4:20 Scott Graham flashes back to the Giants’ Super Bowl XLII win
4:24 Mark Malone interviews Giants’ WR Victor Cruz
4:37 Jim Gray talks with Patriots owner Robert Kraft
4:53 James Lofton speaks with Patriots WR Deion Branch
5:16 Cardinals star Larry Fitzgerald stops by the booth
5:24 Mark Malone’s interview with Giants defensive lineman Justin Tuck
5:29 James Lofton talks with Patriots defensive lineman Vince Wilfork
5:36 Boomer Esiason interviews today’s coaches: Tom Coughlin and Bill Belichick
5:50 Jim Gray talks with Eli Manning
6:00 Tom Brady is Jim Gray’s guest
6:14 “America the Beautiful” performed by Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert
6:17 Kelly Clarkson sings the National Anthem
6:20 Boomer Esiason’s keys to Super Bowl XLVI
6:24 The coin toss
6:29 The opening kickoff of Super Bowl XLVI
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