This postseason, Von Miller will making a special appearance during a unique pregame show.
Before the NFL's 2:30 p.m. MT wild-card game on Sunday, Jan. 10, the Super Bowl 50 MVP will serve as the host of "The SpongeBob SportsPants Countdown Special" as part of a newly announced presentation for the game on Nickelodeon.
In that special, Nickelodeon will take viewers through SpongeBob's best sports moments and also showcase appearances from CBS Sports broadcasters Jim Nantz, Tony Romo, Nate Burleson and Trent Green.
All that leads up to a new game broadcast by Nickelodeon to accompany CBS Sports' normal broadcast of the game. Nickelodeon's broadcast, however, will feature a much different style for kids that includes its famous green slime — digitally, of course.
This won't be Miller's first time on Nickelodeon, by the way. You might recall that Miller got his fair share of the green slime during the 2016 Kids' Choice Sports Awards.
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