With the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs ready to face off in Super Bowl LIV on Sunday, Feb. 2 from Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Westwood One and Fox Sports Radio have set their game plan to cover America’s biggest sporting event.
Westwood One will broadcast the Super Bowl for the 47th consecutive year, with Kevin Harlan handling play-by-play duties for the tenth straight year. Harlan will be joined by Super Bowl XXXIV MVP and Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt Warner, who returns as color analyst for the second consecutive year. Joining the broadcast this year is former NFL referee Gene Steratore, who will act as rule analyst for Westwood One coverage, after serving in that role for CBS Sports Radio last season. Former All-Pro offensive lineman Tony Boselli returns for a fourth straight year as sideline reporter and longtime field reporter Laura Okmin makes her debut on the Super Bowl crew.
Jim Gray will anchor pregame and halftime coverage, with appearances by Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald and New England Patriots quarterback and six-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady. This is Gray’s 19th consecutive Super Bowl with Westwood One, while Scott Graham returns for his 11th Super Bowl with the network as a pregame and postgame show contributor.
Graham and Warner will host “Super Bowl Preview,” which begins at 2pm on game day. “Super Bowl Insider,” hosted by Graham follows from 3-4pm. Live coverage from the stadium starts at 4pm as Graham hosts “Super Sunday,” leading into the game day broadcast, hosted by Gray, which begins at 5pm ahead of an expected 6:30pm kick off.
Westwood One will also produce “Seven Days to Sunday—The Road to Super Bowl LIV.” The hour-long preview show hosted by Graham will air each night during the week leading up to Super Sunday, beginning Sunday, Jan. 26 and continuing through Saturday, Feb. 1.
Fox Sports Radio’s Super Week
Meanwhile, for the 20th consecutive year, Premiere Networks’ Fox Sports Radio will provide Super Week coverage, leading up to the Big Game. Live, on-location coverage will run from Monday, Jan. 27 through Friday, Jan. 31 and feature FSR programs and interviews with NFL players, newsmakers and celebrities.
FSR coverage will feature a live broadcast of “The Herd with Colin Cowherd” (12-3pm) from the Fox Sports compound at Ocean Drive at Lummus Park in South Beach. A slew of the network’s other weekday shows will broadcast from Radio Row at the Miami Beach Convention Center, including “Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis” (6-9am), “The Doug Gottlieb Show” (3-6pm), “Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell” (6-7pm) and “The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard and Rob Parker” (7-9pm). In addition, “The Dan Patrick Show” (9am-12pm) and “The Rich Eisen Show” (12-3pm) will broadcast from South Beach as part of Fox Sports Radio’s Super Week special programming.