Super Bowl coverage in general gets increasingly ridiculous with each passing year, particularly when it comes to ESPN. So as we soak in countless hours of pregame coverage, one of the burning questions that comes to mind is … just how many analysts can ESPN jam onto the set at one time to discuss the big game?
Last year it was a visually overwhelming nine, seemingly becoming a parody of itself and bringing an SNL skit to life right before our very eyes.
While it won’t be easy to top, the hope for today is that producers bring back those same nine analysts and have them form a pyramid while they discuss keys to the game.
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