Category Archives: Super Bowl XLVI

The face of the Patriots…Jerod Mayo?

Banners are going up all over downtown Indianapolis as the city prepares to host its first-ever Super Bowl. Last Sunday, the New England Patriots and New York Giants clinched their spot into Super Bowl XLVI on Feb. 5th. This latest one I found especially noteworthy. This banner seems to highlight the stars of both teams….

Photo Gallery: Indianapolis Super Bowl 2012 setup

Indianapolis is putting the finishing touches before the media and fans arrive beginning Friday, Jan. 27th. Indy will be jam-packed with East Coasters, media, celebrities and local citizens. The Zip Line, tents and signage are being put up, as are the XLVI blocks on Monument Circle. On Tuesday, 12 days before the big game, I…

The 2012 Super Bowl Ticket

Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis is fast-approaching. The New England Patriots face the New York Giants on February 5th. To the right, you see the official ticket for the 2012 Super Bowl. There are three levels of tickets at face value: $800, $900 and $1,200. If purchasing tickets on the secondary market, be careful. There…

Patriots seek revenge on Giants in Indy for Super Bowl XLVI

Indianapolis is fully prepared for their first-ever Super Bowl and now they finally know what two teams they’ll host. In two weeks, the New England Patriots and New York Giants will face-off at Lucas Oil Stadium for Super Bowl XLVI. A rematch of Super Bowl XLII. In the AFC Championship Game, the Patriots benefited from…

Indy gets social for Super Bowl XLVI

I used to think that Klout was a sham. Not anymore. If you’re into social media at all, you’ve heard of Klout. Some people swear by it. Others think it’s all fluff.  I fell somewhere in between. If you’re not familiar with Klout, it’s basically an online service that measures your influence from your social networks and…

Super Bowl XLVI in Indy just 24 days away – highlights of the 10-day showcase

We are now 24 days away from Super Bowl XLVI in our backyard. What a terrific accomplish, first and foremost, by the Indianapolis committee who convinced league owners to play the biggest game here. I think more than anything, the NFL was impressed with how Indy does big events. Whether it’s the Indianapolis 500, Final…

UPDATE: Pat McAfee dropped as NBC’s social media correspondent for the Super Bowl after military stance

Pat McAfee is a character. He’s entertaining, witty and engaging. The Colts punter has gained national exposure online and NBC was impressed. McAfee joined the ‘Grady and Big Joe Show’ on ESPN 1070 The Fan in Indianapolis and said he will be involved with the Super Bowl even though the Colts won’t be playing in…

Video: Indy Super Bowl Shuffle highlights downtown amenities

Indianapolis is determined and committed to put on a Super Bowl to remember. The hosts of Super Bowl XLVI are ensuring that the experience is one that will leave an impression on visitors. They’ve hosted Final Fours, the Big Ten Basketball Tournament, thousands of conventions and the largest single-day sporting event, the Indianapolis 500. Hoosier…