Unlike the other networks, CBS will not have sideline reporters. ``In my opinion, the guys in the booth are going to tell you what's going on in the game," he said. ``They're trained guys, and the less distractions, the better, the more you can concentrate on the football game. How many times can you interview the coach running off the field at halftime?" (from today's Globe) Personally, I am all for getting rid of sideline reporters. I don't care about interviewing players and coaches in between every play. I just want to watch the game. ESPN has always driven me nuts with Suzy Kolber on the sidelines. Not only do we have to have her interviewing somebody every two minutes, but she goes on and on and you miss half the game. Even worse, the questions, like "Coach, how key is it that your tee-umm beat the other tee-umm?"