Found February 04, 2012 on Fox Sports:
Assistant managing editor Zack Pierce, along with several other writers, will be blogging live from Super Bowl XLIV. Keep coming back all game long for live updates from inside Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Updated at 5:15 p.m. ET Inactive today for the Giants: WR Ramses Barden, RB Da'Rel Scott, LB Mark Herzlich, C Jim Cordle, DE Justin Trattou, DT Jimmy Kennedy, T James Brewer. Inactive today for the Patriots: QB Ryan Mallett, RB Kevin Faulk, RB Shane Vereen, LB Gary Guyton, OL Donald Thomas, OL Nick McDonald, DL Rob Brace. Also, after a second polling of the crowd, Patriots fans are still louder. -- ZACK PIERCE Updated at 5:03 p.m. ET Giants punter Steve Weatherford is on the field practicing punts. Later, he'll practice celebrations to top his running double fist pump with helmet in hand after the NFC title game.. Lawrence Tynes is getting some field-goal practice in. Here's why it might come down to his right leg tonight . -- ZACK PIERCE Updated at 5 p.m. ET Greetings from Indianapolis! We are about an hour and a half away from game time. The stadium is about half full already. The NFL Network crew just asked all the Giants fans in the house to cheer, followed by the Patriots. Judging from cheer volume, the Patriots have the upper hand right now. Unfortunately they do not get any points for that. -- ZACK PIERCE

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