DW to co-host FOX Super Bowl Sunday golf contest

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Breakfast in America on Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 6, takes on a whole new meaning as FOX Sports gets the nation's most celebrated unofficial holiday off to its earliest start ever, 10:00 AM ET/7:00 AM PT, which doesn't include the three shows over two-and-a-half hours on Super Bowl Saturday, either. There's something for almost everyone throughout weekend In addition to thorough breakdowns of each teams offense, defense and special teams, player/coach features and profiles, interesting tidbits and late breaking reports, the show will occasionally dash off to the famed TPC at Sawgrass golf course, where MLB on FOX analyst Tim McCarver and NASCAR on FOX analyst Darrell Waltrip host a Hole-in-One contest from the Stadium Course's celebrated island par-3 17th hole. The contest features three four-member teams, representing the NFL, MLB and NASCAR. In addition to personalities from each sport, each team will be captained by a current PGA member, and shoots to win cash for various charities.

  • The NASCAR team features drivers Dale Jarrett, Elliott Sadler and Rusty Wallace.
  • The team from MLB team boasts Atlanta Braves closer John Smoltz and Arizona Diamondbacks shortstop Royce Clayton thus far, while the NFL team is anchored by Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher.
  • The PGA pros and remaining players will be announced at a later date. Take one backstage pass, add some glory day recollections, mix in the world's best extreme sports athletes, the country's most avant-garde sports show, a dash of golf and a heap of FOX NFL SUNDAY into a super-sized bowl, mix well, and you have FOX Sports' recipe for the most eclectic Super Bowl pre-game show ever. And it all kicks off at about the time folks on the East Coast are looking on the doorstep for the Sunday paper and West Coast fans are still in dreamland.


    3:00 - 4:00 PM ET / ROAD TO THE SUPER BOWL: Produced by Emmy Award-winning NFL Films, this annual one-hour special captures all of the highs and lows of the regular season, and traces the obstacles overcome by the AFC and NFC champions set to meet the next day under worldwide spotlight at Jacksonville's ALLTEL Stadium.

    4:00 - 4:30 PM ET / HOWIE LONG'S TOUGH GUYS: FOX NFL SUNDAY analyst Howie Long pays tribute to the NFL's roughest and toughest in the presentation of the 11th annual HOWIE LONG'S TOUGH GUYS. Presented for the fourth time as a stand-alone show, Long creates a 40-man roster with players he considers to be this year's toughest of the tough. The show is produced by P.T. Navarro.

    4:30 - 5:30 PM ET / COLLEGE ALL-STAR SKILLS CHALLENGE: Hosted by NFL on FOX's Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston and Bill Maas, this exciting event showcases the nation's premier seniors at the most-coveted skill positions: quarterback, running back, and wide receiver. The competition, now in its fourth year, includes a series of unique skills challenges. The event also features player interviews, personal profiles and draft prospectuses.

    10:00 - 11:00 AM ET / NFL FILMS PRESENTS: BUCK, AIKMAN & COLLINSWORTH - ALL ACCESS: NFL Films, the league's Emmy Award-winning production arm, gives viewers an unprecedented backstage look at the preparation and game-day experiences of Joe Buck, Troy Aikman and Cris Collinsworth, FOX Sports' Super Bowl XXXIX broadcast team. Go behind the scenes as the NFL on FOX's lead NFL broadcast team prepares for its weekly game assignments by studying game film, meeting with coaches and players and huddling with its production team over the final weeks of the 2004 regular season leading up to the big game. This all-access pass presents an enlightening and entertaining look at the diligent attention to detail these three celebrated broadcasters employ en route to their first Super Bowl broadcast.

    11:00 - 12:00 PM ET / UNTOLD STORIES OF THE SUPER BOWL: Troy Aikman, Terry Bradshaw, Cris Collinsworth, Jimmy Johnson and Howie Long: they've all played or coached in the country's single biggest sporting event, some winners, some losers, but who better to provide an insider's mindset on Super Bowl Sunday? FOX Sports taps these former NFL greats, who have competed or coached in almost half of all of the Super Bowls ever contested, to presents this special and revealing hour-long program. Hosted by FOX NFL SUNDAY's James Brown, UNTOLD STORIES OF THE SUPER BOWL asks these men to recall the most notable Super Bowl moments from the games they played in and the games they've seen.

    12:00 - 1:00 PM ET / TONY HAWK'S UNDERGROUND 2 PRESENTS BOOM BOOM HUCKJAM: The Super Bowl features dozens of the nation's most accomplished athletes from two teams vying for one championship. On this great day of competition, FOX Sports thought to include accomplished athletes from an entirely different sports community: action sports. The legendary Tony Hawk, BBHJ GP, FOX Sports and Activision, Inc. present the world's biggest action sports athletes in a choreographed extravaganza that has been selling out arenas across the U.S. since 2002. At the heart of the show is a $1 million ramp system, which includes a massive halfpipe encircled by a motocross track, enabling motocross riders to launch over the skate ramp. Skateboarders include Hawk along with Andy Macdonald, Bucky Lasek, Bob Burnquist, Sergie Ventura and Lincoln Ueda. The BMX lineup features Mat Hoffman, Kevin Robinson, Dennis McCoy, Jamie Bestwick and John Parker, while motocross freestylers Brian Deegan, Ronnie Faisst, Dustin Miller and Drake McElroy round out the extravaganza. The show was taped exclusively for Super Bowl Sunday on Jan. 14 at Glendale Arena in Phoenix.

    1:00 - 2:00 PM ET / BEST DARN SUPER BOWL ROAD SHOW PERIOD: Fox Sport's Net's unique nightly program that often blurs the line between sports and entertainment, >a href="/bestdamn">BEST DAMN SPORTS SHOW PERIOD, throws the best darn tailgate party of the year, live from Jacksonville. The live show will feature music, A-list guests from the sports and entertainment worlds and a playbook full of surprises. Tom Arnold hosts, and John Salley co-hosts. They're joined by former NFL linebacker Bryan Cox and NY Giants star defensive end Michael Strahan.

    2:00 - 6:00 PM ET / FOX SUPER BOWL SUNDAY PREGAME SHOW: FOX Sports kicks off its "traditional" pregame show with co-hosts Terry Bradshaw and James Brown, analysts Howie Long and Jimmy Johnson, reporters Pam Oliver and Chris Myers, comedic prognosticator Frank Caliendo and weather reporter Jillian Barberie from a pair of specially constructed sets in Jacksonville. The show opens from Jacksonville's riverfront Metropolitan Park, about a Bradshaw to Stallworth pass from ALLTEL Stadium. At 4:00 PM ET, America's most-watched pregame show moves inside ALLTEL, as kickoff to SUPER BOWL XXXIX draws closer.

    David Hill and Ed Goren are the Executive Producers of FOX Sports. Bill Brown is Senior Producer. Scott Ackerson is the Coordinating Producer of FOX NFL SUNDAY.

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