Bonzer Wolf lives 12 miles from Cowboys Stadium in Arlington and will be covering Super Bowl week in Tarrant County, including Fort Worth. Mr. Wolf worked across the street from the Omni in Irving before he retired in 2008. My former colleagues are going to keep me posted on the action at the Packers hotel.
Little Wolf lives in downtown Dallas close to the Media Center at the Sheraton. She works in Highland Park home of Cowboys owner Jerry Jones. Mrs. Wolf works across the street from the Dallas Convention Center, home of the NFL experience. Both of them will be covering events in Dallas and promised to take some photographs for Bonzer Wolf Today.
Bonzer will attend the first ESPN broadcast from Sundance Square in Fort Worth in a couple of hours. Mike and Mike will begin broadcasting live at 5 a.m. CST. The area by the Cradle of Champions sculpture is the site of ESPN’s broadcasting center. The scupture is 16 feet high, weighs almost 7 tons and is made of recycled steel from Texas Stadium and scraps of steel donated by many of the more than 1,400 Texas high schools. The sculpture will have a permanent home at the renovated Amon G. Carter Stadium, home of the Rose Bowl champion TCU Horned Frogs.
Super Bowl events in the DFW Metroplex
-Super Bowl Game (Feb. 6, 2011)
-Accreditation Center, Grand Prairie - Lone Star Park
FORT WORTH hosts:
-AFC Champion Pittsburgh Steelers - Omni Fort Worth
-Steelers practice site - TCU
-The Taste of the NFL - Fort Worth Convention Center (Feb. 5, 2011)
-NFL Experience - Dallas Convention Center
-NFL Headquarters - Hilton Anatole
-Media Center - Sheraton Dallas
-Packers practice site - SMU
-NFC Champion Green Bay Packers - Omni Mandalay Hotel at Las Colinas