Mack Rosenberg met up with Rich Eisen from the NFL Network at Media Day on Tuesday to get his views on both Denver and Seattle. Eisen covered the Super Bowl in its entirety as he is stationed in New York.
DJ Sixsmith and Kenny Ducey sat down with NFL columnist Clark Judge to discuss the Hall of Fame Ballot and of course Super Bowl XLVIII.
John Brenkus of ESPN Sports Science met up with Kenny Ducey at Radio Row to break down the play of Russell Wilson and Peyton Manning from a scientific perspective.
WFUV is well-know for producing some of the best broadcasters in the industry. From Vin Scully to Michael Breen to Spero Dedes, the list is extraordinary. Three prominent alums in the media capital of the world joined One on One Live from Radio Row on Thursday and Friday to give their take on a New York Super Bowl as well as what Seattle and Denver must do to take home the prize.
Kevin Harlan of Westwood One stopped by WFUV's One on One NFL Friday edition to talk with DJ Sixsmith and Kenny Ducey. Harlan, the voice of the Super Bowl, gave a broadcaster's perspective of the big game. He offered tips, advice, and insight that can only come from inside the booth.
Harlan has been calling NFL games since 1991, and also calls NBA and college hoops action. To here Harlan's insights, click the link below.
Mike Tirico joined Matt Moro and I on Thursday live from Media Row to discuss the upcoming Super Bowl matchup.
By: Kristian O'Hara
Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll and Denver Broncos head coach John Fox addressed the media on Friday morning as part of a joint press conference in Manhattan.
Carroll said, “We’re really proud to be here, representing our football team and all the people that made this happen.” The 12th Man fans in Seattle are delighted to hear those words from Coach Carroll, but they all know one more football game needs to be won before they can really celebrate.
NFL commissioner Rodger Goodell delivered his annual state of the NFL speech in New York City on Friday.
Legendary Giants center Shaun O'Hara may not be participating in this year's Super Bowl, but he's still enjoying spending the week in New York. O'Hara, a Super Bowl champion himself with the New York Giants, gave his inside look into what the week is like for a player.
O'Hara retired after the 2010 Super Bowl, but he still has his passion for the game. WFUV Sports' Nick Logerfo caught up with the center at Media Day earlier this week.
To listen to the interview, click the link below.
For Greg Wilson, the path to the Super Bowl was an unlikely one. A mere two weeks ago, Wilson was out in San Francisco selling insurance to make a life. Now, he's back in the city that never sleeps on the practice squad for a team that has a chance to win Super Bowl XLVIII.
The 6-foot wideout played his last two years of college ball at Fordham after transferring from Diablo Valley Community College. Wilson scored four touchdowns in each of his two years and had over 1,000 receiving.
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.