Super Bowl XLV
Remember the snowfalls that wreaked havoc on North Texas roadways in the days leading up to the Super Bowl two years ago? This could be worse.
A North Texas mayor and an NFL Hall of Fame member joined in to do a little demolition work. Emmitt Smith and Mayor Robert Cluck wielded sledgehammers to bust up a wall at The Salvation Army in Arlington.
One year ago, The Dallas-Fort Worth Area was wrapping its weeklong service as the NFL’s host region for the Super Bowl. Take a look back at the event, from the frigid weather to the big game itself.
The NFL is trying to avoid another super snafu. One year after hundreds of ticketed fans were left without seats at Cowboys Stadium, organizers have added only 254 temporary seats at the site of Super Bowl XLVI
Stricken with World Series fever yet? The city of Arlington, Major League Baseball and Sports Illustrated figure you should be by now.
Super Bowl ticket-holders suing over the seating fiasco at Cowboys Stadium in February say they should be compensated for lost income on top of the other expenses they incurred.
North Texas is becoming a “sports rich” region and now there’s a call for the creation of a sports commission.
The NFL and the Dallas Cowboys have asked a judge to dismiss the class-action lawsuit filed on behalf of Super Bowl ticket holders who were denied their seats at February’s game.
Organizers of the 2012 Super Bowl in Indianapolis aren’t wasting time figuring out what kind of weather they might have to deal with. Last month’s Super Bowl in Arlington included bitter cold, ice and snow.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has shared responsibility with the NFL for the Super Bowl seating fiasco at Cowboys Stadium.
Cousin Mike from New York is back! This time he has an extreme opinion of how Super Bowl XLV went in Dallas.
There is new information out about problems involving Super Bowl XLV at Cowboys Stadium.