Sundance Square in Ft. Worth, Texas, will be ESPN’s home away from home next week as they prepare for more than 90 hours of Super Bowl coverage of domestic television and 55 hours on ESPN Radio. ESPN International will also provide live coverage of the Super Bowl to more than 50 million households in 158 countries and territories.
Jim Rome is Burning, NFL Live, NFL Matchup, SportsCenter, SportsNation, and Sunday NFL Countdown will all originate from Texas throughout next week.
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