A rundown of Super Bowl pregame coverage planned for today on CBS, which is showing the game, as well as ESPN and NFL Network (scheduled subject to change):

A rundown of Super Bowl pregame coverage planned for today on CBS, which is showing the game, as well as ESPN and NFL Network (scheduled subject to change):

(On CBS)

(Program runs from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., segment times not yet set)

Feature on the Harbaugh brothers becoming the first head coaches to face each other in the Super Bowl. Inspirational piece on O.J. Brigance, who was special teams captain for the Ravines in the 2001 Super Bowl then six years later was diagnosed with ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease) Super Bowl XXXV, and given less than five years to live but now serves as an advisor to the team. Segment on Colts coach Chuck Pagano's battle with leukemia. Feature on Zack Golditch, a high school football player who was wounded in the movie theater shooting last summer in Aurora, Colo., in which 12 people were killed. Golditch, who was shot through the neck, became a symbol of strength as he fought his way back onto the football field. Discussion on player safety and concussions in football. Feature on the role music has played in New Orleans' recovery from Hurricane Katrina. Interview with retiring Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis. Segment on Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. Piece on Ravens running back Ray Rice. Feature on 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Segment on 49ers tight end Vernon Davis. Piece on 49ers linebacker Patrick Willis. Feature on 49ers All-Pro defenders Aldon Smith and Justin Smith, both of whom went to Missouri. Also to be interspersed are a live shot with our troops from Afghanistan as well as live musical performances from OneRepublic and Matchbox Twenty. And television personality Rachael Ray will prepare tailgate food. Pregame festivities wrap up with player introductions and Alicia Keys performing the national anthem.


(7 a.m.-11 a.m.)

7 a.m. - Introduction.

7:15 a.m. - Steve Young and Trent Dilfer discuss the Super Bowl quarterbacks.

8 a.m. - Feature on 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith.

8:15 a.m. - Kenny Mayne humorous piece on trying to find "the missing Harbaugh brother."

8:30 a.m. - Segment with Doug Williams marking the 25th anniversary of him quarterbacking the Redskins in their 42-10 Super Bowl victory over the Broncos, the game in which he became the first African American QB to start, and win, a Super Bowl.

8:45 a.m. - Steve Young and Jerry Rice reminisce about winning the Super Bowl 18 years ago in the Super Bowl, where Sunday's game also will be played.

9 a.m. - Interview with Ravens QB Joe Flacco.

9:30 a.m. - Feature on Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith, whose younger brother was killed in a motorcycle accident this season.

10 a.m. - Feature on 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick.

10:10 a.m. - Comedian Frank Caliendo's roams Bourbon Street impersonating "Monday Night Football" analyst Jon Gruden.

10:15 a.m. - Gruden discusses unsung players who might have a big impact on the game.

10:35 a.m. - A look at curious plays from the playoffs.

(On NFL Network)

(6 a.m.-2:30 p.m.)

6 a.m. - Key matchups in the game are discussed.

7 a.m. - Discussions about key players in the game and an interview with Jaguars wide receiver Laurent Robinson about the impact of concussions.

8 a.m. - Marshall Faulk looks at 49ers running back Frank Gore and QB Kaepernick, Kurt Warner evaluates QBs Flacco and Kaepernick plus a piece on the Doug Williams.

9 a.m. - Brett Favre joins the show, plus an interview with former University of Nevada coach Chris Ault to discuss the "Pistol" offense that he designed. Also, Faulk, Warner and others discuss their memories from playing in the Super Bowl

10 a.m. - Interview with both coaches, a discussion on the evolution of the quarterback position and a piece on Lewis.

11 a.m. - An interview with Kaepernick's adoptive family and former Ravens head coach Brian Billick meets with current coach John Harbaugh.

Noon - Predictions on the game, a discussion on both teams' offenses. other features.