If the weather is brutal, and New Jersey gets hit by a blizzard and the game is impacted or postponed, then what? It’s a multi-billion dollar gamble. The NFL is betting that there won’t be a blizzard and there won’t be a worst-case scenario.
There are no current plans for a halftime show during Super Bowl XLVIII because NFL officials are unsure how to stage the event in a cold-weather climate, according to a report.
Steve Kallas offers his final thoughts on Super Bowl XLVII and next year’s super matchup at the Meadowlands.
Boomer has his story, and he’s sticking to it: “There was no embellishment … there was no agenda from where I got the story from, nobody was looking to embarrass anybody.”
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell was sitting with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie at the game Sunday, and they talked about avoiding a repeat of the blackout at next year’s game at the Meadowlands.
Boy, if it wasn’t for that Clydesdale making me cry real, salty tears in the fourth quarter, I’d have lost all faith in the power of fabulous beer advertising. Remember the Budweiser frogs? Seriously, I cried real tears. It was good.
The previous Nevada record was set in 2006, when gamblers wagered $94.5 million. Casinos said they lost big on proposition bets, including a long-shot on whether there would be a safety.
From allegations Ray Lewis used a performance enhancing drugs in the form of deer antler spray, Joe Flacco’s ignorant referral to next year’s Super Bowl as “retarded”, the 49er’s Chris Culliver’s anti-gay comments and apology […]
Muhammad Ali’s daughter knocked down rumors of her father being near death Sunday, saying he was at home watching the Super Bowl.
Watching the great Super Bowl XLVII power outage on television was strange enough. Imagine being in the Superdome radio booth on Sunday night, trying to broadcast football’s biggest game in the dark.
The game fell short of setting a viewership record, but it stands as the third most-watched program in U.S. television history.
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Boomer Esiason caused quite a stir with his comments about Ray Lewis during CBS’ Super Bowl pregame show. He wouldn’t back down Monday on WFAN radio.
Advertisers are competing against each other on advertising’s biggest stage with the usual tools of their trade.
Power went down in the Superdome during the third quarter of the Super Bowl, taking down many of the lights and the scoreboard for more than 30 minutes.