Can whoever is writing Charter's cable guide stop spoiling classic sports games and ruining my father-in-law's nights?

Here’s the thing, my father-in-law is a hard-working UPS driver. He defines blue-collar. After a long day driving around in a brown truck and wearing a brown jumpsuit in the freezing Michigan winter, he wants nothing more than to come home and enjoy a random sports game — sometimes live, sometimes a re-broadcast. But the damn TV guide keeps ruining the fun for him. Look at that pic and tell me what’s wrong.

The description,

Repeat, From 1996: Pittsburgh’s 20-16 win over the Colts in the AFC Championship Game. The game ended with a dramatic Hail Mary pass. (Football)

It tells who wins and the game’s final play. That’s not fun. It ruins the experience. All the discription needs to say is,

Repeat, From 1996: The Pittsburgh Steelers battle the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC Championship Game. (Football)

That’s it. Maybe they could throw in some facts quickly gathered off of Wikipedia like the quarterbacks or TV announcers, but that’s probably asking too much.