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Wednesday, November 19, 2003
Super Bowl Road Show


ESPN Classic celebrates the Super Bowl with two days of programs on the game's greatest plays, greatest games and most memorable teams. ESPN Classic's "Road Show" will travel to Tampa, Fla., site of Super Bowl XXXV. From 3-6 p.m. co-hosts Charley Steiner and Will McDonough will be joined LIVE by Carl Eller, Franco Harris, Michael Haynes, Paul Hornung, Jim Marshall, Joe Morris, Scott Norwood, Buddy Ryan, Art Shell, Hank Stramm and Steve Young as they look back at some of the most memorable Super Bowl games and performances. Leading up to, and following the "Road Show," the network will present classic Super Bowl programming. Here's our schedule:

Saturday, Jan. 27

noon - 9 p.m. - Super Bowl Road Show
ESPN Classic's "Road Show" will travel to Tampa, Fla., site of Super Bowl XXXV. From 3-6 p.m. co-hosts Charley Steiner and Will McDonough will be joined LIVE by Carl Eller, Franco Harris, Michael Haynes, Paul Hornung, Jim Marshall, Joe Morris, Scott Norwood, Buddy Ryan, Art Shell, Hank Stramm and Steve Young as they look back at some of the most memorable Super Bowl games and performances. Leading up to, and following the "Road Show," the network will present classic Super Bowl programming.

noon - Super Bowl I: Green Bay Packers vs. Kansas City Chiefs
QB Bart Starr leads the Packers to a 35-10 victory, and earns game MVP honors.

12:30 p.m. - Super Bowl III: N.Y. Jets vs. Baltimore Colts
MVP QB Joe Namath backs up his guarantee and leads the Jets to a 16-7 victory.

1 p.m. - Super Sunday: A History of the Super Bowl
A look back at the traditions, amazing plays, and pageantry that have made Super Bowl Sunday a world-wide phenomenon.

3 p.m. - Road Show - Live

6 p.m. - 1958 NFL Championship: Baltimore Colts vs. N.Y. Giants
In arguably the greatest game in NFL history, Johnny Unitas drives the Colts 86 yards in the final 1:56 of regulation, resulting in Steve Myhra's game-tying 20-yard field goal with seven seconds remaining, thereby forcing the first-ever NFL championship overtime. In OT, after forcing the Giants to punt, Unitas and the Colts drive 80 yards in 13 plays, capped by Alan Ameche's one-yard touchdown run with 6:45 remaining to give the Colts a 23-17 victory and their first NFL title.

7:30 p.m. - Super Bowl XXV: N.Y. Giants vs. Buffalo Bills
In their most recent Super Bowl appearance prior to this year, the Giants win the Super Bowl as Scott Norwood's 47-yard field goal attempt sails wide right as time runs out to give the Giants a 20-19 win.

8 p.m. - Classic Day in History: Remebering Red Grange
Ten years after the death of Red Grange, ESPN Classic will look back at the life and career, on and off the field, of the "Galloping Ghost."





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