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From the players to the analysts, a list of who to follow on game day
If you aren't going to be overloaded with commentary from friends, family and announcers during the Super Bowl, then I say create a Twitter list of all the people you should follow during the big game Sunday.
Even with the kick-off starting at 3:30 p.m. P.S.T., it doesn't hurt to get the pre-game banter from those that understand the game the best. In the very least you can cross your finger for some uncensored slip-ups that Twitter is great in capturing.
And if you want all the Super Bowl buzz from the one billion+ people watching this year from TVs and mobile devices worldwide, then make sure to follow the hashtag #SuperBowl
Here is a list of who needs to be on your must-follow list:
(For the ease of following the Super Bowl, I have created a public Twitter list that anyone can follow here.)
First and foremost:
@SuperBowl2012 (Official Super Bowl 2012 handle)
And the teams:
And the sports writers:
@JudyBattista (The New York Times)
@ShaliseMYoung (reporter for the Boston Globe)
@RapSheet (Boston Herald)
@SI_PeterKing (Sports Illustrated)
@TheBlueScreen (New York Daily)
@MikeGarafolo (New Jersey Star-Ledger)
@JustinTuckNYG91 (Giants' defensive end)
@EliManning10NYG (Giants' Quarter Back)
@WesWelker (Patriots' receiver)
@McCourtyTwins (Giants' Devin McCourty and his twin brother on the Tennessee Titans Jason McCourty)
Other informative tweeters:
@MikePereira (Former VP of Officiating the NFL and Fox analyst)
@GiantsPatHanlon (Giants VP of Communication)
Happy Super Bowl and happy tweeting.
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