It's also important to note that most of this technology is in place all season long. Even a Saturday night college football game on CBS or ESPN2, will have a very similar complement. A few less cameras, but the basics are still there. This article barely scratched the surface as to what is going on down in Miami. It doesnt begin to talk about what goes into putting a 4 hour pregame show on the air. Or what goes into the halftime show, both productions are very complex and very demanding. Not only that all of the international feeds, and all of the shoulder programming originating from Dolphin Stadium tomorrow, even from unafiliated broadcasters like ESPN and NFL Network, Univision, Fox Sports, Indianapolis & Chicago local broadcasters, etc. I was very impressed with last year's production in Detroit overall (after being throughly dissapointed with FOX's Jacksonville effort), and I'm looking forward to seeing what CBS can do.