I admit I didn't watch the Super Bowl yesterday. I kind of flipped around the stations but was fortunate enough to catch pro golfer James Hahn celebrate dropping a putt during the PGA's Waste Management tournament. Those NFL end zone dancers have nothing on James.
Jennifer Hudson not only turned in a surprise performance at the Super Bowl tonight, but she fronted a choir of 26 children from Sandy Hook Elementary School, site of the one of our nation's most tragic shootings.
Super Bowl 47 has come and gone and so have the ballyhooed commercials that companies paid millions of dollars to produce and air during the game. So which ones were the best and which ones were--relatively--a waste to dough?
The Ravens held off a late 49ers rally to win Super Bowl XLVII. Baltimore opened up a 28-6 lead with a 108-yard kick return to open the second half. San Francisco fought back scoring 17 unanswered points following a 34 minute delay due to a power outage, but fell short in the last seconds.
Everybody loves to munch on snacks during the Super Bowl, and most often that means pizza, chicken wings, chips and dips. So, I thought I would search for some different, delicious snack ideas that are easy to make.
It's Super Bowl Sunday and even though most New Yorkers don't have a "horse in the race", so to speak, there will be plenty of Super Bowl parties, both in homes and at restaurants. New York State STOP-DWI has announced a coordinated partnership with law enforcement to crack down on those who choose to drink and drive.
According to a Sports Illustrated report Ray Lewis was given a product containing banned substances to help heal his torn triceps muscle. Team officials claim Lewis has not tested positive for any banned substances and has denied using a banned substance.
Every year, there's as much buzz about the TV commercials aired in the Super Bowl as the game itself. Over the years, we've seen some great TV commercials and many that totally missed the mark. I have a few favorites, and in my opinion, Anheuser-BuschBudweiser ads seem to be right on.
There are all kinds of preparations taking place in advance of this Sunday's Super Bowl and an upstate New York man is in the thick of them. Steve Urbaniak, a Lowville native, is the equipment manager for the San Francisco 49er's and his job is to make sure the players have all the latest and newest equipment to help ensure their safety. It's a big job.
Obviously, there was no defense in last night's NFL Pro Bowl, when the NFC can rack up 62 points at will. Last year, the NFL Commissioner warned that players should make more of an effort so it doesn't look like such a farce. So, what should the NFLdo with the Pro Bowl?
Super Bowl XLVII (47 for those who don't speak Latin) is coming up a week from Sunday, February 3rd with the Baltimore Ravens taking on the San Francisco 49'ers for the NFL's Lombardi Trophy. We all hope that it's a great game and not a rout one way of the other which brings to mind the greatest Super Bowl games of all time. What were they?
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