Bloomberg obtained this statement from the NFL regarding the malfunction. “It is common practice for both teams to create web pages in advance of the conference championship games and Super Bowl. In this case, the hidden URL for the page was inadvertently available for a brief period of time while it was being positioned on the NFL server for possible post tomorrow night.”
To quote everyone else, the Pats came up a few plays short.
Too many missed opportunities.
I gotta admit the slightly better team won.
12 men on the field and a Safety in a Superbowl, gimme a break.
If Gronk had been good, he'd have had that last one.
But I still luv em.
My favorite commercial was the Audi Vampires.
Actually, my favorite part was watching the Madonna load-in behind the talking heads just before halftime. That went smooth. And that stage was AWESOME. When it sucked in the field between numbers...excellent! Madonna hasn't lost any of her showmanship either. Never been a fan, but sure as heck better than the last several halftime acts.
I'm waiting for our tech guy to get back from a show we're doing out in CA. I don't think that field was a green screen. I think it played to the audience. If it was a GS, it played to some other camera than the one I was watching. Only pieces of it were shown on the station that carried the game at my house.
It was really too sharp for overhead projection though. So not sure that was it.
The stage floor looked like LED under roughened plexi. That musta been hell to dance on.
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