I’ve always believed that the most important feature of the Super Bowl was the football game itself.
Amid the 700,000 fans who jammed downtown Seattle to celebrate the city’s first Super Bowl win stood Mark Formanczyk, 57-year-old man in a Seahawks jersey and a camouflage jacket, weeping in the parking lot outside the team’s stadium.
The FBI and dozens of law enforcement agencies rescued 16 juveniles during an operation that targeted forced prostitution around the Super Bowl.
The Super Bowl achieved record ratings on Sunday night. Perhaps it’s because so many people had money riding on the game.
The 2013-14 Seahawks are one of the youngest teams to ever win a Super Bowl. That’s just one of the reasons that the oddsmakers say they’re likely to repeat.
Chris discusses last night’s Super Bowl, the commercials, President Obama’s interview with Bill O’Reilly and the latest news surrounding New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. He talks to John Camilleri from Harmelin Media, Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe on the Monday Morning Matchup, CBS 3′s Beasley Reece, and Jeffrey Rosen from the National Constitution Center.
The Super Bowl is over, now it’s time to check your bets (if you live somewhere that this is legal, of course).
One of the most anticipated Super Bowls in recent memory ended up being a dud Sunday night, as the Seahawks ran away with the 43-8 victory over the Broncos.
Malcolm Smith always was ready to step in when the Seattle Seahawks needed him. Now he’s only the third linebacker in NFL history to earn Super Bowl MVP honors.
Peyton Manning couldn’t cap the greatest season any NFL quarterback ever had or secure his legacy as the best QB in history Sunday night.
The Seattle Seahawks have won their first Super Bowl title, crushing the favored Denver Broncos 43-8.
While pizza and sandwiches are crowd favorites, chicken wings will definitely be downed by the dozen at parties all over the country.
A local organization opened its doors Sunday for homeless people across Philadelphia to come in and watch the Super Bowl and have a few snacks.
We have the classic pocket passer in Peyton Manning vs. the quick-footed, quick-witted scrambler in Russell Wilson.
The Super Bowl is almost upon us, and for some people, the food is just as important as the game itself.