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January 26, 1987 | BILL DWYRE, From Staff and Wire Reports
As Super Bowl XXI was played in suburban Pasadena, Los Angeles' own Coliseum was decked out for the day as well. The Coliseum field was painted in bright colors, with a Super Bowl XXV insignia there for all to see. No one was on hand, of course, except maybe a few photographers interested in a sidelight story. The game was about 20 miles away, after all. So what was the Coliseum up to? Well, Feb. 5 in New York, bids will be presented to an NFL committee for the 1991 Super Bowl. That's right.
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BUSINESS
February 9, 1999 | JONATHAN GAW, e-commerce reporter
For their $1.6-million-per-30-seconds slot, Super Bowl advertisers received a 48% boost in visitors to their Web sites that day compared with the prior Sunday, according to Media Metrix Inc., a New York firm that measures Internet traffic. The survey also found that four out of five visitors to Super Bowl advertisers' sites Sunday and Monday were men, representing a 32% increase in male visitors over the prior week.
SPORTS
February 2, 1991
Gary L. Kirkland and his "drinking group" (Viewpoint, Jan. 26) show the low mentality of many sports fans. Their thinking never goes beyond the football field. Disgusting. FLORENCE GLICK Pasadena
SPORTS
February 8, 2013
That was a tremendous Super Bowl, a superb roller coaster ride, which ended in a most dubious way with a horrible non-call hold on fourth down that cost the 49ers a sixth Super Bowl victory. Were those replacement refs? But this game personified why football is our national passion. Now, what do we do for the next six months until the NFL Hall of Fame game? Gino Cirignano Playa del Rey :: I am not convinced the better team won the Super Bowl. But I know with certainty the better coach won it. With first and goal and the NFL's best running quarterback at the helm (a guy who is averaging nine yards per carry in this game)
SPORTS
January 24, 2001 | Associated Press
The Miami Hurricanes have six former players in the Super Bowl, and Giant linebackers Jessie Armstead and Mike Barrow have proudly mentioned it every time they have gotten a chance. "People want to talk about Linebacker U and Quarterback U, but Miami is NFL U," Barrow said. The Ravens have four former Hurricanes: cornerback Robert Bailey, linebacker Ray Lewis, cornerback Duane Starks and offensive lineman Kipp Vickers. Penn State has the second-most former players at the Super Bowl with five.
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