Cold-weather Super Bowl has new element, power

Feb 4, 2013 Full story: The Republic

While the NFL and officials in New York and New Jersey say they will do everything they can to prevent another power outage at the Super Bowl, energy experts warn it's almost impossible to guarantee the lights will stay on at any event, let alone the cold-weather championship game at MetLife Stadium in 2014.

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Laughing Bear Fan

Denver, CO

#1 Feb 5, 2013
Forget the dancers, forget the stage. Put Tebow out there and give him 15 throws, 5 at 10 yards, 5 at 20 yards and 5 at 30 yards. see how many times he hits a moving target.
The NFL could sell that as pay per view

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