She was among the ticketholders forced to watch the Super Bowl from standing-room spots.
Ken Laffin of Wausau, Wisc. Said he spent about $7,000 to watch Super Bowl 45 with friends at Cowboys Stadium.
While the NFL apologized to the fans who had to give up their Super Bowl seats and is offering concessions, it apparently isn’t enough. Wronged fans have filed a class-action lawsuit.
A Lancaster teenager is in jail after the FBI and police say he made a threat to blow up Cowboys Stadium on Super Bowl Sunday.
The NFL has added a second option for the roughly 400 fans who had to give up their seats at the Super Bowl: They can choose to attend any future Super Bowl instead of being limited to the 2012 game.
Christina Aguilera has been invited to sing a do-over. The Brooklyn Cyclones are offering her a chance to perform, after she botched one of the lines of the national anthem before Sunday’s Super Bowl game.
The NFL knew last week there were problems with the installation of temporary Super Bowl seating sections.
The Arlington Fire Chief is speaking out about the seat fiasco and ice and snow removal at Cowboys Stadium.
A bleary-eyed Aaron Rodgers glanced at the Vince Lombardi Trophy on Monday and talked about collecting a few more.
Bad weather, a botched national anthem, a seating debacle and the threat of a shut down. The NFL had trouble getting it right this week.
It was an unexpected letdown for Pittsburgh, which relies on its aggressive defense that allowed a league-low 14.5 points per game.
Two key Packers players were injured in the Super Bowl. But somehow, the team still found a way to win the game.
New School, Josh & Elf and RAGE all made it to Radio Row this week for Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis.
Even with all the frenzied activity before and during Super Bowl XLV, the post-game atmosphere on the field was a separate kind of controlled chaos.