National media react to Indy’s Super Bowl

Indianapolis is more than ready to host Super Bowl XLVI. The first weekend went extremely well for the Host Committee, with almost 100,000 fans attending the NFL Experience in the first three days.

The national media is beginning to filter into Indianapolis and the city will impress. Those on the outside look down on Indianapolis as a host because of the cold weather, no beach, no golf, etc. But if you know Indy, you know it has the chance to be the best Super Bowl ever.

Everything is in walking distance, plenty of restaurants, tons of entertainment and most of all, the host committee goes the extra mile to ensure visitors have a great time.

Throughout the week I’ll share what the media has to say about Indy as a host city, both positive and negative. If one not posted below grabs your attention, please send my way @ScottAgness.

On-air personalities:
Brian Billick: “We should do it here every year.”

Mike Tirico: “I think Indianapolis should host another Super Bowl. I’d give this Super Bowl experience so far a 10 outta 10.”

Colin Cowherd: “Indianapolis has done a great job. They’ll get another Super Bowl.”

Steve Levy: “I will go on record, they should play the Super Bowl here every year.”

3 Responses to National media react to Indy’s Super Bowl
  1. […] Super Bowl host. Ironically, praise for the event’s urban design came mostly from sports fans and journalists (also here), not planners and architects. Everyone seemed to agree that the city did a terrific job […]

  2. Douglas J. Bender
    September 16, 2012 | 7:31 pm

    Excellent listing — thank you for making this. It’s very helpful and enlightening. And excellent job, Indianapolis!

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