San Francisco, Calif. (PRWEB) January 10, 2013
The San Francisco Chronicle will publish a special section, previewing the San Francisco 49ers NFL Divisional playoff game against the Green Bay Packers. The section will appear in the print and electronic editions of The Chronicle on Saturday, Jan. 12. Copies of the section will also be available for sale at Candlestick Park on game day.
The section will include a look at how the 49ers stack up against the Packers. It will also feature player and coach profiles, including columns on Head Coach Jim Harbaugh and Quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Plus, the section will look at the remarkable 2012-2013 49ers season.
"As 49ers fans have enjoyed the team’s continued success, the Sporting Green staff has been the trusted source to report and analyze the teams and the variety of elements that have come together to help achieve this success,'' said Sporting Green Editor and Columnist Al Saracevic.”Saturday's special section features an in-depth look and insider commentary on the Packers game by The Chronicle's award-winning sports writers and columnists."
The section will be included in The Chronicle for all home delivery subscribers, as well as at single-copy vendor locations. It will also appear on The Chronicle app for iPad® as part of the extensive coverage available to iPad users. Download the app at http://www.sfgate.com/ipad. Also, available on iPad is 49ers INSIDER digital magazine with both pre-game and post-game issues available. Download at http://www.sfgate.com/digitalmags.
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