Cover Super Bowl LIV

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Cover Super Bowl LIV
Oct 8, 2019

Want to cover Super Bowl LIV in Miami Gardens, Florida?

For the fourth year in a row, the Shirley Povich Center for Sports Journalism will send one student to cover the Super Bowl for Capital News Service. Super Bowl LIV will take place Sunday, Feb. 2, 2020.

If selected, you will be sent to Miami for the week leading up to the game and will have access to Super Bowl media day and various events. All expenses, including hotel stay and airfare, will be covered.

Past Super Bowl attendees include: Callie Caplan, Kyle Melnick and James Crabtree-Hannigan.

If you’re interested in representing the Povich Center and CNS in Miami, please submit a cover letter, resume and three clips to Povich Center assistant director Kaitlyn Wilson, kcwilson@umd.edu by Monday, Nov. 4.

View past Super Bowl Coverage:

James Crabtree-Hannigan Super Bowl LIII Coverage

Defense Dominates as Patriots Top Rams, 13-3

Super Bowl LIII Features Youth vs. Experience

Super Bowl Stars Competed in Different Environment

John Johnson: From Northwestern High to Super Bowl

NFL Will Consider Replay Reviews for Penalties

Micah Kiser’s Football IQ Dates Back to Gilman

Undrafted out of Maryland, JC Jackson Now a Starter

Countess is ‘Swiss Army Knife’ of Rams’ Special Teams

Kyle Melnick Super Bowl LII Coverage 

Kyle Melnick’s Super Bowl Experience

Eagles Win First Super Bowl

Mack Hollins took a complex route to the NFL

Patriots’ Belichick has Maintained His Lacrosse Roots

Before the Eagles, Speedy Darby Dominated in Maryland

Torrey Smith Transitions to Leadership Role

Experience at DeMatha Propelled McLeod to Super Bowl

Callie Caplan Super Bowl LI Coverage:

Callie Caplan at the Super Bowl

NE Patriots rally over Atlanta Falcons for Win

Falcons and Patriots to test NFL-best turnover rates in Super Bowl

Super Bowl Notebook: Practices, Injuries, Goodell and more

Former Baltimore high school star is Patriots rookie in Super Bowl

Falcons Coach Quinn’s Football Career Took Root in MD

Belichick vs. Lombardi

Vellano Faces His Ex-Teammates at 2nd Super Bowl

Patriots Eye History, Atlanta Looks for First

 

 

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