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Packers Calendar: Troy Aikman, Joe Buck on the TV Call

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Packers Calendar: Troy Aikman, Joe Buck on the TV Call

The NFC Championship game featuring the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks kicks off at 2:05 p.m. CT.

Television coverage will be on Fox with Joe Buck doing play-by-play and Troy Aikman providing color analysis.

Erin Andrews and Chris Myers will be the sideline reporters.

The game can also be heard on across the region on the 50-station Packers Radio Network.

As usual, Wayne Larrivee (play-by-play) and Larry McCarren (color) will call the action.

The national radio broadcast comes courtesy of Westwood One with Kevin Harlan and Dan Fouts on the call. Mark Malone will report from the sidelines.

ESPN Deportes will broadcast the game in Spanish language with Kenneth Garay and Sebastian Martinez Christiansen describing the action to viewers.

Halftime entertainment will be provided by rock band Alice in Chains:

The AFC representative in the Super Bowl, meanwhile, will be determined at 5:40 p.m. on CBS in a game featuring the Indianapolis Colts at the New England Patriots.

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TommyG's picture

Pretty sure the AFC game is between the Colts and the Pats.

Come on, Brian! We can't have any mistakes today!

TommyG's picture

Good edit! As a team we all win!

Allan Murphy's picture

Go Pack Go ! 120 mins ............

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