The Best from Radio Row at Super Bowl 50! (Day 1)

Super Bowl 50

Tune in to The Mighty 1090 this week to hear Dan Sileo, Darren Smith, Marty Caswell, Scott Kaplan, Billy Ray Smith, and Kevin Acee broadcasting live from Radio Row in San Francisco! You can see all of our videos, and hear all of the great interviews, from San Francisco right here.

It was a great first day at Radio Row, as the guys count down the days until Super Bowl 50 between the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers.

Here are just some of the highlights:

Bill Romanowski: “Peyton Manning deserves to go out on top.”
Dan Sileo caught up with Bill Romanowski to talk Super Bowl 50, the crazy scene on Media Row and more.

Shannon Sharpe on his criticism of Antonio Gates & if he’s a Hall of Famer
Shannon Sharpe stops by Radio Row to discuss his criticism of Antonio Gates’ PED suspension and if he’s a Hall of Famer.

Kaplan talks all things UFC with Dana White
Scott Kaplan talks all things MMA with UFC president Dana White on Radio Row.

Kaplan, Acee, & D.Smith on Radio Row!
Scott Kaplan, Kevin Acee, and Darren Smith talk sights and sounds from Day 1 on Radio Row and the most surprising thing that stood out, Chargers talk.


One-on-one with Chargers Chairman Dean Spanos – KUSI (video)
San Diegans want answers and now they are closer to getting them.

Chargers Chairman Dean Spanos has always had someone to handle the tough questions, but on Wednesday, that changed.

Philip Rivers Talks Ken Whisenhunt, Super Bowl & Signing Day – (video)
San Diego Chargers QB Philip Rivers gives Jordan Beane his Super Bowl preview and talks about what to expect from Offensive Coordinator Ken Whisenhunt this season.

Linemen dominate Aztecs’ recruiting class – San Diego Union-Tribune
The 2016 SDSU Aztecs football recruiting class includes four local players who earned all-CIF honors this season — Carlsbad linebacker Troy Cassidy and offensive lineman Zachary Taylor, Helix defensive end Forrest Hanlon and Mission Hills safety/running back Will Stricklin.


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