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© St. Petersburg Times, published January 23, 2001
No, not THAT kind of coke party. It's Coca-Cola's "Prep-o-Rama" to prepare fans for the big game. There are recipes for "Punt Pate" and "Candied Pigskins," online paper football games and "Party Feng Shui," a trivia game that tests your game-day etiquette. If that's not enough, Joe Montana stops by to chat at 6 p.m. Wednesday.
SUPER BOWL HEROES: WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
Now 51, he serves as an NFL analyst in the Washington and New York TV markets. Riggins, who began his career with the Jets, joined WCBS-TV in 1998 for the Riggins and Russo Show, a live weekly preview show. In 1999 he became host of the station's late-night show Sports Rap. In Washington, Riggins joins host George Michael on WRC-TV's Redskins Report
-- SHARON GINN
OBSCURE PLAYER OF THE DAY
That's because Hudson is the Ravens' long snapper
Hudson is perfect since Oct.29 when he replaced Frank Wainright, who suffered a season-ending injury.
Since returning to the NFL with Baltimore, he has been plenty busy because the Ravens' conservative offense had led to many punts. In the 21-3 playoff victory over Denver on Dec.31, Hudson snapped on 10 punts on a cold, windy day with 27-mph gusts
Hudson's perfect birthday present? A Baltimore victory Sunday. Hudson turns 33 the next day.
-- SCOTT PURKS
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