CBS will use over 60 Hi-Def cameras for Sunday's telecast, it's a massive technical undertaking for any tv network carrying the Super Bowl. In the end though, what matters is what happens on the field between the two teams. "A lot of the time, the key is to let the pictures speak for themselves," says Nantz. " To be honest with you, for the Super Bowl, I kind of dial it back. The people watching are not watching to hear me, they're watching, to watch the game."
My favorite day of Super Bowl week is Friday. Both head coaches hold their final news conference. They pose with the Vince Lombardi trophy, both helmets are showcased with the trophy, just a cool setting. And late Friday morning, Commissioner Roger Goodell holds his "State of the League" address, which is covered by more media than what the President would draw from his State of the Union address.