In the video above, filmmaker Michael Reiner asked some homeless people about their lives on the streets of San Francisco and how they feel about getting bussed out of sight—and, of course, out of mind—for the Super Bowl.
Book notes: Enjoy the Super Bowl without guilt says Gregg Easterbrook in The Game’s Not Over: In Defense of Football. (FT)
A day before Peyton Manning looks to cement his legendary career with a second Super Bowl title, the Pro Football Hall of Fame will almost certainly welcome another decorated quarterback. Brett Favre getting inducted in his first eligible year is as safe a bet as beer commercials airing during Sunday's big game. Show More Summary
A close game could make picking against the spread or the total extremely difficult, but there are other ways to make money during Super Bowl 50. From the coin toss to the specific words said by the announcers or the color Gatorade dumped on the winning coach, there are tons of options for prop bets. Show More Summary
Fans at the big game won't be able to do things normally allowed on Levi's Stadium app. But there are still plenty of features to keep them busy.
There are lots of different ways to shake up your Super Bowl squares game. Here are a few of them. Sure, we all know what a boon the Super Bowl is for essential American retail products like light beer and scoop-shaped tortilla chips,...Show More Summary
Millions of Americans will suspend their pre-spring diets this Sunday to watch the Super Bowl. (To my non-American readers, Super Bowl is like our Thanksgiving but consumed in front of the TV set.) One of the NFL's greatest wide receivers...
The stage is set for Coldplay to bring the house down when they take center stage at Levi's Stadium Sunday night during halftime of Super Bowl 50 between the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos, and the 12-minute display shouldn't disappoint. But as is always the case, bettors will be anxious to see which song the British group leads off with. Show More Summary
Super Bowl 50 is Sunday as the 2015 NFL season comes to a conclusion. The Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers have each had excellent seasons to lead them to this point. Winning the Super Bowl will require excellent game planning and...Show More Summary
It's quiet time at Super Bowl 50, at least as quiet as it gets for the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos. The day before the Super Bowl is all about making the final preparations and staying away from the distractions that can...Show More Summary
The Carolina Panthers have been the most dominant team in the NFL this season, but the Denver Broncos still stand in their way of winning the 2016 Super Bowl. With a 15-1 record during the regular season and two impressive showings in the playoffs, Carolina has become the favorite to raise the Lombardi Trophy. Show More Summary
Happy Super Bowl Eve. Instead of a big crystal ball slowly making its way down to celebrate a new year, both the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos are hoping they don’t drop the ball when it comes to being the NFL’s newest champion. For many years, the Super Bowl failed to live up to its lofty name. Show More Summary
Super Bowl cheat sheet: On Cam, Curry, Coldplay and a creaky QB
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Broncos hope to let the underdog out in Super Bowl 50
Whitney Houston's Super Bowl masterpiece, a man of many identities, the future of military food — and from The Guardian's archives, an extraordinary, gut-wrenching chronicle of the Delhi gang rape.
The biggest sporting event of the year is putting Uber drivers in the spotlight—a light they're eager to shine on their complaints against the company. The post Angry Uber Drivers Threaten to Make a Mess of the Super Bowl appeared first on WIRED.
From the command center, down to the whistles. The post All the Gear Super Bowl 50 Refs Will Use to Call the Game appeared first on WIRED.
Adriana Lima poses alongside Jamie Foxx and Erin Andrews at the SiriusXM set at Super Bowl 50 Radio Row on Thursday (February 4) at the Moscone Center in San Fransisco, Calif. The 34-year-old Victoria’s Secret model was also joined at the event by Olivia Munn, Jenny McCarthy, Cuba Gooding Jr. and even Jiff the Pomeranian! [...]
From ticket price inflation to the supposed stock market indicator, what Super Bowl 50 can tell us about the economy.