REDMOND, Wash., Jan. 30, 2002 — Super Bowl XXXVI is coming to New Orleans Feb. 3, and there’s no better place online for fans to get all their Super Bowl news than ESPN.com on MSN. MSN®
, the most popular Internet destination in the world, and ESPN.com, the leading sports site, together will offer an unparalleled insider’s look at the game. Fans can add the latest sports news, scores and Super Bowl commentary directly to their personalized MSN home pages to get the most up-to-date developments. With its one-click access to sports information and Internet services, ESPN.com on MSN is the most useful and comprehensive place consumers will find for Super Bowl content.
“More and more people are looking beyond the television for the latest Super Bowl coverage,” said John Nicol, general manager at MSN. “ESPN.com on MSN is the ultimate online source for useful, up-to-the-minute Super Bowl information.”
Useful Super Bowl Information
Fans are turning to the Web in increasing numbers to find the most current sports content, and ESPN.com on MSN offers them everything they need on one comprehensive Web site. Throughout Super Bowl week, MSN will offer the following Super Bowl activities at http://msn.sports.espn.go.com/nfl/playoffs/index :
Online coverage leading up to Super Bowl XXXVI from popular ESPN.com reporters such as Len Pasquarelli and John Clayton, and ESPN’s Chris Mortensen.
Joe Theismann’s Daily Cup o’ Joe column. A former Washington Redskins quarterback offers NFL fans his daily analysis and commentary.
Daily chats with analyst Vinny Cerrato and others throughout the week.
Chats with coaches and players, past and present. Fans can visit ESPN.com on MSN to submit questions or chat live with their favorite players or coaches.
Webcam images. ESPNRadio.com will have webcams mounted at ESPN Radio’s remote studio in New Orleans, providing users with images of show hosts and guests during webcasts.
With all this Super Bowl information and more, ESPN.com on MSN offers the best online sports destination to get ready for, and celebrate, this year’s Super Bowl.
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