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After months of hard hits, big plays and quarterback controversies, the big game has finally arrived and it sees the AFC Champion Denver Broncos take on the NFC Champion Seattle Seahawks, in a perfect storm match up. We will finally find out what wins a Super Bowl, offense or defence.
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A list of things Pete Dominick learned during his trip to Media Day Tuesday at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J.:
- Pete’s handsome – just ask the Jets Flight Crew
- Tim Tebow is now working for the Seattle Seahawks
- Pete may have a future as a professional arm wrestler
- Pete is rooting for the Denver Broncos on Sunday
- Rubbing Pete’s bald head is good luck
- Duke Ihenacho is the next Larry King
- You don’t mess with Tony McDaniel
- Pete is rooting for the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday
At the end of the day, Pete invaded the stands, where he found the world’s biggest Ricky Williams fan, our new favorite Jets fan, Frank Gore, Marshawn Lynch and Mark Gastineau.
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Prior to 1993, the Super Bowl halftime show was a showcase for college marching bands, Up With People and gimmicks like Brian Boitano figure skating with Dorothy Hamill. Since then, however, the show has become a spectacle that’s every bit as the game around it. For The Win looks back at the 21 Super Bowl halftime shows since then and ranks them from worst to first.
21. Indiana Jones and the Temple of the Forbidden Eye, 1995
(Other performers: Patti Labelle, Teddy Pendergrass, Tony Bennett)
The Vince Lombardi trophy was stolen and Indiana Jones and Marion Ravenwood had to recover it while Tony Bennett and Patti Labelle performed songs in a fictitious “Club Disneyland.” This was the actual premise of the Super Bowl halftime show in 1995. Nineteen ninety-five! It would stand as most embarrassing moment in Indiana Jones history until Kingdom of the Crystal Skull was released. It’s still…
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Some people watch the Super Bowl more for the adverts than the game itself.
But there’s going to be some very happy armchair fans when they see these awesome ads from some of the world’s biggest brands.
Here’s a sneak peek of what’s to come:
Millions of young fans will watch the Super Bowl and you can bet many will feel inspired after watching this from Coca Cola.
It shows a kid chasing his dream of the end zone and sees him finish up at the Green Bay Packers’ Lambeau Field.
It gave us goosebumps.
How can you fail with a horse and a dog falling in love?
Well, you cant. And Budweiser have nailed this one-minute effort which features Passenger hit “Let Her Go”.
Cute is the…
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