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Changes in store for 2012 Pack Attack season

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The Packers finished the preseason schedule Thursday night. Now it's on to the real games.

With that, comes another season of Pack Attack.

There are some exciting changes in store for fans this year.

All the Pack Attack excitement is at Dale's Weston Lanes, with a new night. For the first time ever, the show will tape on Mondays at 6:30pm, that's the time you were used to. Only now, it will air 24 hours later, on Tuesdays after Newsline 9 at six.

I'm back again, this time with co-host Lauren Magiera.

You'll know our familiar faces. Packers Hall of Famer Johnnie Gray has been there since the beginning of Pack Attack. He returns to provide his insight and sound off on NFL issues.

Dave Kallaway will be out there among you, the fans, bringing us your questions from the sideline.

We have a brand new set and some fun interactive games for the players as they make the trip over from Green Bay.

Pack Attack is the place to be for game analysis and in-depth interviews with the players. We'll get their reaction to the big moments with their team.. and around the league.

Lauren Magiera: "So be sure to join us on Monday nights at Dale's Weston Lanes. Or tune in on Tuesdays on Newsline 9."

We'll start with special teams ace Jarrett Bush. That show tapes Monday, September 10th and airs Tuesday, September 11th.

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