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Broadcast crew for Sunday’s game

Post by News Tribune Staff on Oct. 31, 2007 at 10:48 am with 15 Comments »
October 31, 2007 10:48 am

While everybody else in the country will be watching the Indy-New England game, Seahawks fans will be listening to Sam Rosen and Tim Ryan, with Chris Myers serving as the field reporter.

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  1. PhilKenSebben says:

    Thank god, no Joe Buck!

  2. indy and new england are playing? really?

    hmm… didn’t notice. i was too busy wondering what i was going to eat during the hawks game.

  3. PapaHawk says:

    Thank God no Terry Donahue and Chris Rose!

    The Cleveland Area will not be able to view the Indy-N.E. game….

  4. chrishuw says:

    i’m always complaining about the seahawks having to play at 10AM west coast time, and then the ONE TIME we are on the east coast and Playing a 4:05 East Coast Start time, it’s when the New England Indy game is which I would love to watch. Never Happy! :-)

  5. PapaHawk says:

    why cannot we get Sam Ryan? She looks better than those guys. But in reality, they could have Gilbert Gottfried call this game, and if the Hawks played well, it would sound like Pavaratti!

  6. natedogg says:

    I wish you could turn off the score reports from other games during the broadcast. I would like to watch both games and record one of them, but I will learn the other score while I watch either game.

  7. Anybody know why the kickoff is 4:00 eastern?

  8. tmcclurkan says:

    This is the one time I will not be watching the Hawks game. I can’t pass up the Indy-NE contest. I will be in Cancun, but will be finding a bar to watch the game in….

  9. mikew177 says:

    Guys check your local listings but Fox is carrying the Hawks game and CBS has the Colts vs. Pats. So you can videotape one of them.

  10. PapaHawk says:

    I’ve heard so much about the Indy-NE game that I feel like I’ve already seen it. No need to watch it. I’m sure the highlights will be more than thorough.

  11. Thank god they are on 2 different networks. I’m just gonna be watching both

  12. #1 on my Thank God list is we didn’t get that fat sack of crap, Tony Siragusa. The players can rest on the sidelines, secure in the knowledge that he isn’t lurking in the shadows, ready to leap out and take a bite out of them. :P

    #2 is we didn’t get that idiot, Vasgersian :P

  13. Surf Hawk says:

    My world is crushed. I thought Hawks played at 10, Colts at 1:00. That would have been perfect. Dang.

  14. Fredline says:

    “Thank god they are on 2 different networks. I’m just gonna be watching both”…lol, my exact thoughts. My thumb will be sore but oh well. That’s what I get for not getting the PIP working right.

  15. Bernie42 says:

    natedogg:

    I wish you could turn off the score reports from other games during the broadcast. I would like to watch both games and record one of them, but I will learn the other score while I watch either game.

    I’m with you, natedogg. I’m going to try to ignore those, but with all the hype the “battle of the undefeateds” is generating, I’m pretty sure it’s going to be next to impossible to watch the Hawks game without knowing what’s going on in the other.

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