The Super Bowl might bring the promise of glory to one group of lucky fans and humiliating and bitter defeat to another, but for the rest of the universe, it's a chance to enjoy some primo, top-of-the-line adver-tainment.
What's the most important thing on Super Bowl Sunday? Most people would say the game, but on some lists it only comes in fourth behind parties, commercials and betting. And what's the most important thing about parties? Some people would say beer because Americans drink a lot of it on Super Bowl Sunday.
Former ‘American Idol‘ winner Carrie Underwood and current ‘Idol’ judge Steven Tyler will team up yet again. After performing together at the ACMs in April 2011, Underwood and Tyler will give it another go and attempt to recreate their onstage electricity and magic as part of the ‘CMT Crossroads’ series on Super Bowl weekend.
His new book is called "Between the Lies" - a fictional account of a fix during a Super Bowl win by a team from Los Angeles in their match-up with a team from Portland, Oregon. The focus of the story is a Los Angeles sportswriter who uncovers the cheating and agonizes over whether to reveal it and spoil the joy of the fans of the Los Angeles team.
I guess it's something that happens all to often at sporting events - but people certainly notice when it happens at the Super Bowl. Christina Aguilera attempted an acapella version of the anthem this year. Her singing was ok - but she flubbed the words.
In one of the better games in the history of the Super Bowl, the Green Bay Packers held off a second half rally by the Pittsburgh Steelers to win 31 to 25. The Packers converted 3 turnovers into touchdowns and finally their defense held off the Steelers in the final two minutes for their fourth Super Bowl win.
I just wonder how many football fans went down to Dallas with a suitcase full of t-shirts, shorts and sandals. They should have taken winter coats and gloves. The Dallas weather has been anything but pleasant during Super Bowl week. My sister in law moved from Buffalo to Dallas about 30 years ago and never recalls such an awful winter.
WIVB.com is reporting that Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown has been invited by President Barack Obama to attend a Super Bowl party at the Whitehouse. Mayor Brown will attend the party along with the mayor of Newark, NJ.
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