1310 KFKA and Westwood One will feature a full schedule of game day programming Sunday, leading up to kickoff of Super Bowl LIV, when the San Francisco 49ers take on the Kansas City Chiefs for the title. It’s the 11th time the Super Bowl will be played in Miami, and the 33rd consecutive year and the 47th time overall Westwood One will broadcast the Super Bowl.
Kevin Harlan will handle the play-by-play duties for the tenth straight year, with Super Bowl XXXIV MVP and Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt Warner returning for the second consecutive year as the lead analyst. Former NFL referee turned rules analyst Gene Steratore will also join the radio broadcast booth for this year’s game, after having served in a similar role for CBS Sports last season. Former All-Pro Offensive Lineman Tony Boselli returns for a fourth straight year as sideline reporter, and will be joined by longtime field reporter Laura Okmin, who is making her debut on the Super Bowl crew.
Jim Gray will anchor the pregame and halftime coverage, with appearances by Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald and New England Patriots quarterback and six-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady. This is Gray’s 19th consecutive Super Bowl for the network. Scott Graham returns for his 11th Super Bowl with Westwood One, and will also contribute to the pregame and postgame show coverage.
Game day coverage begins at 12pm, with “Super Bowl Preview,” co-hosted by Scott Graham and Kurt Warner, followed by “Super Bowl Insider” hosted by Scott Graham, and featuring Tony Boselli, Terrell Davis, Rod Woodson, Brian Griese and Ian Rapoport at 1pm. At 2pm, coverage from the stadium kicks off with “Super Sunday,” the Super Bowl LIV pregame show, also hosted by Scott Graham. The Super Bowl game broadcast begins at 3pm, hosted by Jim Gray, with kickoff expected at approximately 4:30pm.