Behind The Scenes

Super Bowl Week kicks off in Indy

ESPN's coverage of Super Bowl XLVI includes ESPN Radio's Mike and Mike in the Morning (simulcast on ESPN2). This photo is from SB XLV coverage last year in Fort Worth, Texas.

Super Bowl week is here!

After months of planning and a week of building our on-site set, ESPN is making Pan Am Plaza in downtown Indianapolis its Super Bowl XLVI home for the next seven days.

It all begins bright and early tomorrow with Mike & Mike in the Morning at 6 a.m. and continues through our postgame coverage next Sunday.

ESPN brings more television and radio shows on the road for Super Bowl than for any other single event on the annual sports calendar. This year is no exception with more than 110 hours of coverage originating from right in the heart of the Super Bowl Village, just two blocks from Lucas Oil Stadium.

Our hosts, analysts, reporters, production team and other staff — more than 100 people in all — will be on the scene to cover every angle and to bring the action home to fans across the country — and even around the world.

We will have an All Pro lineup of NFL guests on our many shows all week, including many current players and Hall of Famers who will offer their insight and perspective on the Giants-Patriots matchup and other topics.

The schedule of programs fans can expect to see Monday thru Friday this week from Indianapolis is posted below. (This press release provides even more details.)

We have an exciting week ahead in anticipation of Super Bowl XLVI. We hope you enjoy it as much as we like bringing it to you.

Daily ESPN programs originating from Indianapolis Monday – Friday:

Time (ET) Show Network
6-10 a.m. Mike & Mike In The Morning ESPN Radio/ESPN2 (simulcast)
9 a.m.-3 p.m. SportsCenter ESPN
10 a.m.-1 p.m. The Herd with Colin Cowherd ESPN Radio/ESPNEWS
1 p.m.-4 p.m. Scott Van Pelt Show ESPN Radio/ESPNEWS
3-4 p.m. SportsCenter special ESPN
4-5 p.m. NFL Live ESPN
5-6 p.m. SportsNation ESPN2
5-6 p.m. SportsCenter ESPN
6-7 p.m. NFL 32 ESPN2
8-9 p.m. ESPN International coverage
9-10 p.m. SportsCenter ESPN
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