Super Bowl XLV
David Robertson is faced with the unenviable task of filling Mariano Rivera’s shoes but is ready to take on the challenge.
It looks like A-Rod can finally put a lid on “Popcorn-Gate.” The Yankees’ All-Star slugger and actress Cameron Diaz “recently” split up, according to US Weekly.
Craig thinks it’s laughable that Mike D’Antoni would be upset with the “We Want ‘Melo” chants, saying if he wants them to stop, he should see to it that his team does not take the floor ill-prepared – which certainly seemed to be the case against Blake Griffin and the Clips.
Peggy Beisel-McIlwaine, granddaughter of the first president of the Packers, was among the 400 ticketholders forced out of the stands at the Super Bowl. She called her experience at Cowboys Stadium a “total disaster.”
The NFL says about 2,000 fans forced to sit in temporary seats at the Super Bowl will receive a face-value ticket refund or a free ticket to a future Super Bowl.
I have a new favorite quarterback in the NFL and his name is Aaron Rodgers. I like his attitude. I like his smile. I also like his story.
Although Fox’s Super Bowl XLV broadcast drew favorable reviews and historic ratings, consider Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez among the critics.
The NFL has added a second option for the roughly 400 fans who had to give up their seats at the Super Bowl: They can choose to attend any future Super Bowl instead of being limited to the 2012 game.
Christina Aguilera has been invited to sing a do-over. The Brooklyn Cyclones are offering the Staten Island native a chance to perform “The Star-Spangled Banner” before one of the minor league baseball team’s home games this summer.
So much for Super Bowl experience. But for a few key drops, the “inexperienced” (in the Super Bowl, anyway) Packers easily could have scored 45 points.
Online coupon site Groupon Inc.’s first foray into Super Bowl advertising aimed for humor but instead struck a raw nerve with viewers and human-rights groups for mocking serious social issues.
It wasn’t too hard to guess which team producers of Broadway’s “Lombardi” were rooting for at the Super Bowl. “The end result is one that we’re certainly not complaining about,” said Tony Ponturo, who co-produced the play about the legendary Packers coach.
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The Packers overcame all kinds of injuries throughout the season, having placed 16 players on the injured reserve list – and during last night’s Super Bowl, the injury theme remained intact.
Green Bay’s victory over Pittsburgh in the Super Bowl has surpassed last year’s record-setting game in the Nielsen Co.’s preliminary ratings measurement of big cities.