You never know who you’ll see on Radio Row at Dallas Super Bowl

February 01, 2011 | Nestor Aparicio

Despite the fact that we’re being inundated with “all things Pittsburgh Steelers” so far in Dallas this week, we’re off to a great start and hope that you’re enjoying our WNST.net full multimedia coverage of the biggest sporting event in the world from Super Bowl XVL.

While we’re all sick as hell — and hoping not to spread any more germs — we’re off to a rousing start as we’ve been joined by many sportswriters, NFL players and other luminaries here on Radio Row as we broadcast live from 6 til 10 each morning and 2 til 6 each afternoon through Friday.

By far, the highlight of Day 1 was the visit from Dallas resident Kenny Cooper, who was about as big of a sports “star” as Baltimore had in the 1980′s. As coach of the Baltimore Blast, the still-indefatigable Coops brought his British charm, wit and incredible coach’s intellect to our makeshift set on Monday.

What a treat, catching up with Cooper and talking memories, especially for Drew Forrester who considers the coach his “second father.”

All of the videos are coming to WNStv soon but you can now watch ALL of the proceedings in Dallas live via our UStream video camera, which we erected onto the set and tinkered with on Monday.

The web is an amazing place. So is Dallas!

Hope you continue to follow along and enjoy our conversations leading up to Super Bowl XVL.

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