By Alan Pergament
If you're tired of me telling you how wonderful "CBS Sunday Morning" with Charles Osgood is, better look away now.
Correspondent Mo Rocca -- whose chicken wing piece ran on Super Bowl Sunday -- is back again this Sunday with a piece on President Millard Fillmore.
Rocca visited the Fillmore home in East Aurora on the same week he was here to sample chicken wings.
According to a CBS spokesperson, Rocca explains in the piece "why Fillmore should be remembered for more than just his unusual name."
The spokesperson added that University at Buffalo professor Claude Welch is one of the experts that Rocca spoke to "about what made the 13th president stand out."
"Sunday Morning" airs at 9 a.m. Sundays on Channel 4, the local CBS affiliate.
The timing of the Fillmore piece makes sense since this is President's Day weekend.
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