As we gear up for the match-up between the New England Patriots and the New York Giants, Twitterverse will be full of heated discussion, debates, and coverage information on the event. Here is a list of who to follow:
The official account for the Indy Superbowl 2012 is a must follow for anyone going to the game or watching the game from home.
Pre-order your Super Bowl XLVI Game Program! On game-day, it's the only thing that's better than chips and salsa...http://4rd.ca/aaaDrO—
Indy Super Bowl (@SuperBowl2012) January 24, 2012
Alex Marvez, senior NFL writer for FOX Sports, will be the pool reporter for the Patriots this year.
Alex Marvez (@alexmarvez) January 24, 2012
Peter King is Sports Illustrated’s senior NFL writer and is great about answering fan questions. He will also be the pool reporter for the Giants this year.
Pool reporters at Super Bowl this year: @alexmarvez of FOX Sports (Patriots), me (Giants).—
Peter King (@SI_PeterKing) January 24, 2012
The official Twitter of the New England Patriots will be the home team on Superbowl Sunday 2012.
Patriots will face the Giants in Super Bowl XLVI!—
New England Patriots (@Patriots) January 23, 2012
Here is the official Twitter of the New York Giants; they will be the visiting team in Superbowl 2012.
New York Giants (@Giants) January 23, 2012
For more coverage on the Patriots, follow Shalise Manza Young.
In the Globe: Patriots Notebook: Rob Gronkowski has ankle sprain, to be OK for Super Bowl - bo.st/zU5F9L—
shalise manza young (@shalisemyoung) January 24, 2012
Follow Ralph Vacchiano for all of the NY Giants coverage.
Ralph Vacchiano (@TheBlueScreen) January 24, 2012
Who else do you follow for Superbowl 2012 coverage?
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