TAMPA, Fla. — Tom Brady made his seventh Super Bowl title look familiar – despite moving south to a new team and conference during a pandemic.
‘That’s my cousin’: Mississippi State softball’s Aquana Brownlee has special rooting interest in Super Bowl LV
Normally, when Aquana Brownlee tells somebody she’s from Houston, they assume she means Houston, Texas.
The “Big Baller” bouncy house was finally fully inflated and ready to use for a youth group Super Bowl watch party in the Starkville First United Methodist Church gymnasium Sunday afternoon.
It’s hard to miss that Super Bowl LIII (53) is fast approaching. Perhaps you’ve noticed a bit of hype, even if only to spot the football-themed paper plates at the big box, or soft drink displays made to look like goal posts. Yes, Sunday is the big day.
A coalition of civil rights groups in Atlanta is using this year’s Super Bowl to help kick off a renewed “war on the Confederacy,” in a fight to remove Confederate monuments around the nation.
Super Bowl spreads tend to be pretty meaty. They might be anchored by a big bowl of beef chili, some sloppy joes or burgers — or just a big order of pepperoni pizzas.
Without a team in the fray, my personal zeal for Super Bowl LII is idling on the sidelines.
Super Bowl advertisers are treading carefully this year to avoid alienating customers as a divisive political climate takes some of the buzz away from what is usually the biggest spectacle on TV.
Lady Gaga is reportedly entertaining an unusual twist on her Super Bowl halftime show, which — though it’s not confirmed — she could perform from the roof of the stadium.
Not even the grandest of American sports spectacles is immune to the nation’s deep political divisions.