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Vikings GamePlan, Vikings Weekly To Air 1 Hour Earlier This Sunday

Posted by Mike Wobschall on November 5, 2009 – 1:43 pm

The FOX NFL pregame show, which usually begins at 11:00 CT on Sundays and runs for 1 hour, will be broadcast from a U.S. Military Base in Afghanistan this upcoming weekend and will be expanded to a 2-hour show.

As a result, both Vikings GamePlan and Vikings Weekly will be aired 1 hour earlier on Sunday, with Weekly slated to air at 9:00 a.m. CT on FOX 9 and GamePlan set to go at 9:30 a.m. CT on the same channel. Both shows will be aired at their normal times (10:00 and 10:30 a.m. CT) on FSNorth.

Even though the Vikings are on a bye this week, both GamePlan and Weekly have jam-packed shows that will satisfy your Vikings appetite.

Here is a list of elements that will be included in Vikings Weekly:
— Host Ann Carroll is live on-site at the Vikings Taste of the NFL event at International Market Square. She examines the history of Taste of the NFL and also speaks with DE Brian Robison about raising awareness of a health issue that is personal to him.
— Ann also speaks with G Steve Hutchinson and gets the low-down on his bye week plans (hint: he’s doing something he’s never done), his favorite Twin Cities restaurant and the inside scoop on his post-Packer game celebration with QB Brett Favre.
— To wrap-up the show, Ann is joined by the Minnesota Vikings Cheerleaders and finds out their secret to staying in tip-top shape.

Vikings GamePlan, hosted by radio voice of the Vikings Paul Allen, will feature a segment of the top 10 Vikings plays of the 1st half of the season. TE Visanthe Shiancoe will be the player guest and will have a conversation with PA. Also, the NFL Network crew will take a look and breakdown the 2nd half of the Vikings regular season.


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2 Responses to “Vikings GamePlan, Vikings Weekly To Air 1 Hour Earlier This Sunday”

  1. By purplehorn on Nov 6, 2009 | Reply

    Very cool that Fox is going over to Afghanistan for the troops. After today’s news, we need to never forget those who give so much. I salute them all.

  2. By hank on Nov 7, 2009 | Reply

    i wholeheartedly agree we should always remember our troops who are in danger at home and abroad

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