49ers at Giants: Info from the media guide

Oct 18, 2007 at 9:06 PM--


San Francisco looks to improve to .500 when they travel cross country to face the New York Giants.

The teams have played 32 contests with the 49ers holding a 17-15 advantage.

San Francisco has won six of the last seven games against the Giants stretching back to the 1991 season.

The teams have also faced each other seven times in the postseason with the 49ers having a 4-3 advantage.

The Giants won the team's last regular season meeting 24-6 in 2005 at Monster Park.

Mike Nolan's father, Dick Nolan played for the New York Giants from 1954-56 and 1958-61.

Nolan also received his first defensive coordinator job from the Giants from 1993-96.

In Nolan's first year as defensive coordinator the team finished fifth in the NFL.

SCHEDULE

10/19
11-12:30 p.m. practice.
Media availability after practice.
Team travels to New York.

10/20
Walk-thru (closed to media).

10/21
10:00 a.m. (PST) kickoff vs. New York Giants.

SAMSUNG 49ERS RADIO NETWORK
The 49ers-Giants game can be heard on the Samsung 49ers Radio Network. Locally, the game can be heard on KNBR 680 AM and KSAN 107.7 FM. Joe Starkey returns to handle the play-by-play. He is joined in the booth by former San Francisco linebacker Gary Plummer, who provides color commentary and game analysis. Rod Brooks will handle sideline duties.

SPANISH RADIO
The San Francisco will broadcast games on two Spanish language stations KIQI Radio 1010 in San Francisco and KATD 990 in Sacramento. Broadcast duties will be held by Spanish sports announcers Fernando Arias and Ambrosio Rico, both from the Bay Area. Arias will be calling play by plays with Rico adding color commentary. Both broadcasters have extensive experience announcing NFL games in Spanish.

TELEVISION
The game will be televised on FOX with a scheduled 10:00 a.m. PST kickoff from New York. Matt Vasgersian and Daryl Johnston will be in the booth. Tony Siragusa will handle sideline duties.



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