- It would last two days.
- It would be covered by TWO networks.
- It would be preceded by a five-hour pregame show. Same (or less) than now, right? Well, there would be pregame shows on both networks.
- One of the two networks would have analysis throughout the entire game on a sister channel.
- There would be cameras inside each team's locker room which each broadcast could switch to whenever they needed to, AND cameras inside the houses of players who could be called in at any moment to fly to the game and pitch in for either team.
- There would be in-game interviews with coaches and team executives, and an interview with one player after every play either early or late in the game.
- Each network's broadcast team would include an expert who has analyzed every single play each team could possibly use during the game and has drawn up a "mock game" scripting every move of the entire game (or at least the first quarter).
Sunday, April 26, 2009
Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr... another retype. I thought I made myself immune to this bullshit.
If the Super Bowl were covered the same way the NFL Draft is: