Posted on Friday, February 1st, 2008 by Shachar Pessis
Super Bowl Wikipedia – I find Wikipedia as the best and most complete research tool for almost everything. See beyond the specific game and discover the origins of the game, game history, TV and ads, trends, stats and much more. Go into the depths of Wikipedia and read about the recent Super Bowl XLII or check the All Time Super Bowl Champions.
2007 and 2008 Super Bowl Commercials – The ads themselves are considered a special event, for some the ads are the main event. I found the CBS Sports site as the ultimate site for watching the Super Bowl ads. At the moment CBS displays all 2007 commercials and it is said that they will show all 2008 commercials upon each quarter. For alternatives check AOL 2008 Super Bowl commercials, YouTube – Vote for your favorite commercial and MySpace Super Bowl ads.
Lingerie Bowl 5 – The Lingerie Bowl is a show that airs live during the halftime of the Super Bowl as an alternative halftine show. The show features a full-contact American football game however instead of muscular football players, the players are female models wearing shorts and a sport bra. Confused? Astonished? Watch the 2006 Lingerie Bowl. Go Sister!
NY Giants – The city of New York was introduced to professional football on the same day that the city was introduced to the New York Giants. It was a clear, sunny October afternoon in 1925 when the Giants took the field to play against the Frankford Yellow Jackets. The Giants lost their home debut by the score of 14-0, but more importantly, the New York Giants and professional football had arrived. The NY Giants have won 2 Super Bowl’s – 1987, 1991.
New England Patriots – Professional football arrived in New England on November 16, 1959, when a group of local businessmen, led by former public relations executive William H. “Billy” Sullivan, Jr. was awarded the eighth and final franchise in the new American Football League. The New England Patriots have won 3 Super Bowl’s – 2002, 2004, 2005.