FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Thursday, April 9th, 2020
JIM NANTZ, NOTRE DAME COACH BRIAN KELLY & CARDINALS LB CHANDLER JONES JOIN MIKE TIRICO TODAY ON NBC SPORTS’ “LUNCH TALK LIVE” AT NOON ET ON NBCSN
Today’s Guests Also Include NHL on NBC Analysts Keith Jones & Eddie Olczyk and Pro Football Talk’s Charean Williams
Mike Tirico Hosts Live, Hour-Long Daily Show Featuring Discussions Among Current & Former Athletes, Prominent Sports Figures, NBC Sports Commentators, and More
Tomorrow’s Lunch Talk Live Guests Include Former Panthers Linebacker Luke Kuechly, NBC Sunday Night Football Sideline Reporter Michele Tafoya and Football Night in America Analyst Tony Dungy
Lunch Talk Live Airs Weekdays Live at Noon ET on NBCSN and Across NBC Sports Digital Platforms
STAMFORD, Conn. – April 9, 2020 – CBS Sports’ Jim Nantz, Notre Dame Football head coach Brian Kelly and Arizona Cardinals linebacker Chandler Jones will join host Mike Tirico on today’s episode of Lunch Talk Live at Noon ET on NBCSN.
NBC Sports’ new daily sports talk show, Lunch Talk Live focuses on the current state of the sports world and the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, providing guests with a platform to discuss the state of sports, voice their personal stories, and detail how they are adapting their daily lives during this challenging time.
Today’s guests, which feature dynamic and cross-sport pairings, include:
- CBS Sports play-by-play announcer Jim Nantz
- Notre Dame Football head coach Brian Kelly
- Arizona Cardinals linebacker Chandler Jones
- NHL on NBC analysts Keith Jones and Eddie Olczyk
- Pro Football Talk’s Charean Williams
On tomorrow’s episode, Tirico will be joined by former Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly, NBC Sunday Night Football sideline reporter Michele Tafoya, Football Night in America analyst Tony Dungy, GOLF Channel on NBC’s Dan Hicks and Paul Azinger and NBC Premier League analysts Robbie Earle and Robbie Mustoe.
On yesterday’s episode, Lunch Talk Live was joined by special guests including NBC Sunday Night Football play-by-play announcer Al Michaels, NBC Sports motorsports commentator Dale Earnhardt Jr., and more.
“It was time. It was one of the great dynasties ever,” Michaels told Tirico about Tom Brady’s time in New England Patriots. “I can’t imagine this ever happening again to have a two-decade dynasty like that. But Tom needed a little fresh air.”
Click here for more quotes from yesterday’s show.
The hour-long show airs weekdays at Noon ET on NBCSN and streams on NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports app. Select content and interviews will additionally be hosted on NBC Sports’ YouTube channel and social media platforms. The full show will also be available on The Mike Tirico Podcast.