Simply the best: Radio Row at Super Bowl XLVIII has been a real treat
Super Bowl XLVIII is just days away, but the action has already begun. FOXSports.com has been on site all week interviewing the who’s who of football. Make sure to check out the following videos to get informed on all of the action from New York:
Barry Sanders discusses why Marshawn Lynch could be the difference maker, running for more than 150 yards on Denver’s defense.
FOX Sports 1’s Coy Wire takes a trip to Carnegie Deli to feast like a king. Can he handle the pressure of eating a whole sandwich?
UFC president Dana White stops by FOX Super Bowl Daily to preview UFC 169 main event Renan Barao vs. Urijah Faber. While Barao hasn’t lost a fight in nine years, White says Faber presents a tough matchup. What’s more, NFL rules expert Mike Pereira and John Lynch conduct the interview!
Pereira sure knows how to throw a flag on the football field, but he also can hail a taxicab. Have a look:
And VP of NFL officiating Dean Blandino sits down with Pereira, Terry Bradshaw, John Lynch and Ronde Barber to discuss the mindset of the referees during Super Bowl week.
If Seattle is victorious on Sunday, could it mean an NFC rematch to open up next season? FOX Sports 1 Mike Garafolo ponders the idea with alongside Peter Schrager at Radio Row.
What’s it like to be at Radio Row? Peter Schrager and Mike Garafolo dive deep into Super Bowl XLVIII Radio Row. The who’s who are breaking down the game and giving great predictions.
When kickoff comes around on Sunday, people at the game will need to stay warm. Sideline reporter Laura Okmin meets with a man, who has the answer to the frigid temperatures by wearing a heated vest.
Ever notice during the season that Patriots quarterback Tom Brady had a hard time getting a high-five from his teammates? Well, Brady’s teammate and wide receiver Julian Edelman is here to explain why that it is.
And finally, Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor chats with Laura Okmin and calls himself the “black George Clooney.” Sounds about right.