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The Voices Behind the Big Game

by Kelly Kultys

Kelly Kultys/WFUV Sports

On Tuesday, while many flocked to the Broncos and Seahawks media days, the Fox Broadcasting team took a trip to Radio Row. 

Joe Buck, the Emmy-winning play-by-play announcer for Super Bowl XLVIII, sat down with a few members of the media to give his insights into the upcoming matchups, how he's preparing for the big game, and how Peyton Manning and himself aren't that different. 

"Mad Dog" Joins One on One on Radio Row

by Kelly Kultys

WFUV Sports

Chris "Mad Dog" Russo of Sirius Sports Radio visited DJ Sixsmith and Kenny Ducey at Radio Row to preview the Super Bowl.

Mad Dog, one of the legends of sports talk radio, previewed Super Bowl XLVIII throwing his personal and lively opinions into the debate. To listen to the interview, click the link below.

Manic Media Day

by Jake Kring-Schreifels

Jake Kring-Schreifels

It began calmly. Sheraton hotel assistants handed out thermoses of coffee to media members. Every coach bus seat held a delicious pastry boxed up neatly. At 7:30am, with the sun beginning to bathe Manhattan, police escorted these buses into Newark, NJ. No traffic. No noise. That quickly changed.

Seahawks Gearing up for a Super Showdown

by Kristian O'Hara

Kristian O'Hara/ WFUV SPORTS

The Seattle Seahawks were fresh off Media Day as they spoke this morning, sounding confident and even a bit anxious to get the Super Bowl underway.  Wearing their road white Super Bowl jerseys, the Seahawks say they are remaining focused on the task at hand.  Cornerback Richard Sherman discussed how the defense needs to do their job in order to stop Peyton Manning: “Executing our defense is always our number one priority.  Being effective, disciplined, sound football players is also a priority.”  The Seattle defense will certainly have to be disciplined and read their keys in order to stop the Denver offense.