NFL announced late Sunday — after rumors swirled for weeks — that the pop star will headline the Pepsi Super Bowl halftime show on Feb. 1 at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Arizona.
It isn’t easy to impress Mike, as you’ll see in this clip from January (animated for your pleasure). But then he finds the hand warmer. Toasty!
You’re gonna hear Katy Perry roar over the rahs of a Super Bowl crowd.
The New York Giants have placed one-time Super Bowl hero Mario Manningham and free agent signee Trindon Holliday on injured reserve in reaching the 53-man roster limit.
A recent Change.org petition hoping to get Weird Al onstage during halftime of the year’s biggest football game got the “Eat Singer” thinking just what he would do if ever given the opportunity.
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After Rory McIlroy’s dad cashed in over the weekend, let’s look at 5 crazy sports bets that worked.
In 2017, the league will revert to Roman numerals, referring to the 51st edition as “Super Bowl LI.”
This year’s Super Bowl was a particularly bitter pill for Broncos fans to swallow. Denver band The Fray was no exception.
Executive Director Ronnie Hakim told a state Senate committee on Thursday that the agency’s expenses for getting fans to MetLife Stadium during Super Bowl week tallied $7.2 million, including overtime.
Edison Police Sgt. Andrew Chupela’s neighbor, Thomas DeRienzo, filed a complaint on Super Bowl Sunday that said Chupela spent nearly three hours at home during the game while his cruiser remained idling in the driveway.
Mayor Michael Gonnelli said a representative of Touchdown Entertainment said the company would pay the town about $18,000. The company contracted to use the local high school as a staging area for the halftime show at MetLife Stadium.
Assembly Transportation Committee chairman John Wisniewski announced Friday that the hearing would not be held on Monday.
The executive director of NJ TRANSIT announced his resignation Tuesday, leaving behind a record that includes a costly decision to leave rail equipment in the path of Superstorm Sandy and the image of thousands of fans stranded for hours after this month’s Super Bowl when trains couldn’t accommodate them.
Having covered the Super Bowl from Sunday afternoon into Sunday night and not wrapping up until the wee hours of Monday morning, my clock radio did not call out to me at 3:20 a.m. I had the day off.
And it snowed.