Millions of Americans will huddle around their TVs or radios on Sunday night when the Buffalo Bills face off with the Kansas City Chiefs, but who will they hear breaking down the game over the airwaves?
Well, the AFC Championship Game is being broadcast on CBS, starting at 6:40 p.m. ET. This game will obviously get the network’s A broadcast team, led by Jim Nantz on play by play and Tony Romo doing color commentary. The broadcast will also feature two sideline reporters — Tracy Wolfson and Evan Washburn.
For those listening on the radio, the national broadcast by Westwood One will be led by Ian Eagle, Tony Boselli, and Ross Tucker. The radio broadcast can be found on Sirus XM channel 88. The local broadcasts can be heard on XM channel 82 for Buffalo and 83 for Kansas City.
If you are looking for a Spanish-language broadcast, ESPN Deportes will provide that for the first time. I believe that broadcast will feature Pablo Viruega and Eduardo Varela in the booth and Sergio Dipp as the sideline reporter.
If the Chiefs win, they will be heading back to the Super Bowl for the second year in a row after winning last year’s title. The Bills are looking for their first trip to the big game since the 1993 season.
The two teams met earlier this season in Buffalo and Kansas City came out on top 26-17 on a rain-soaked evening.