Minnesota Native Alan Roach Will Be Stadium Announcer For Super Bowl LIVThe deep, powerful voice of Minnesota native Alan Roach will fill Hard Rock Stadium in Miami for Super Bowl LIV.
Minnesota's Top Super Bowl Recipe Search Is Cocktail WeeniesOther states that are united with Minnesota in searching for cocktail weenies are Colorado, Tennessee, Mississippi, Virginia, Indiana, and Michigan.
'Super Bowl Greatest Commercials' Executive Producer Bob Horowitz On What Makes A Great Ad: 'Tug On The Heart Strings And Really Evoke Emotion'Bob Horowitz, Executive Producer of 'The Greatest Super Bowl Commercials,' discusses what makes a great ad and his prediction for Sunday's big game.
WeatherTech Super Bowl Commercial Highlights UW-Madison Veterinary Medicine ProgramA new Super Bowl commercial is highlighting the achievements of the Univesity of Wisconsin-Madison's Veterinary Medicine program.
Vikings Looking To Host Another Super BowlThe Vikings are pushing to host another Super Bowl at U.S. Bank Stadium. They've submitted an official "expression of interest" to the NFL for the years 2028, 29 or 30.
Taxpayers Helped Fund 'Tonight Show' Broadcast In MinnesotaMinnesota taxpayers helped foot the bill when Jimmy Fallon broadcast "The Tonight Show" from Minneapolis as part of last year's Super Bowl festivities.
'The World's Best' Coming To CBS Following Super Bowl LIII'The World's Best' comes to CBS this Sunday, February 3rd immediately following Super Bowl LIII.
'I'm One Lucky Guy': Fmr. Viking Cordarrelle Patterson Talks About Playing With Tom BradyCordarrelle Patterson turned heads early in his career with the Minnesota Vikings. He was big, athletic and fast. He was a Pro Bowl returner his rookie season.
Ranking Every Super Bowl, From Worst To FirstThere have been some super games since 1967, but which one is the best?
Jim Nantz & Tony Romo Share Their Favorite Super Bowl MemoriesThere have been many incredible Super Bowl moments. Nantz and Romo reflect on their favorites.
Is Tom Brady A Cheater? Science Project Winner Says YesAce Davis from Lexington, Kentucky, entered his project titled, "Is Tom Brady a Cheater?" into his elementary school's science fair to prove that deflated footballs give players an advantage.