INDIANAPOLIS, IN - JANUARY 30: A general view of the JW Marriott hotel decorated for the Super Bowl on January 30, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
Super Bowl media day is here. Players and coaches from the Giants and Patriots will be on the field at Lucas Oil Stadium on Tuesday morning to answer questions from reporters.
The Super Bowl is as much about the week leading up to Sunday and all the hoopla that surrounds it as it is the game itself. And one of the highlights of Super Bowl week is media day, which is when the players and coaches from each team are trotted out for press conferences.
The day is highlighted as much by the players as it is the reporters. Media day is when you'll see, ahem, unusual sports reporters, like Ines Sainz. OCNN usually makes an appearance (at least when Chad Ochocinco isn't, you know, playing in the game). And some reporters will have crazy outfits asking wacky questions.
The day starts at 10:00 a.m. (ET) when the New England Patriots take the field at Lucas Oil Stadium answering questions from reporters. At 12:00 p.m. (ET), the New York Giants will take the field. Both teams will answer questions for an hour.