Thuzio – The Ultimate Fan Experience

By Yazi Malik Sure, you’ve gone to the games, even shelled out what was budgeted as grocery money just to get a standing room ticket to a playoff. No matter how many times you tweet at your icons or send ridiculous amounts of fan mail though, there has always been a disconnect between the fans […]

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4th Quarter Controversy: Should Refs Ease Up on Controversial Penalties?

By Jennifer Lvovich No one can argue that the Superbowl was entertaining to watch this year. There were the always-hilarious commercials mixed with a high-scoring game and a big-time artist performing at halftime. While I personally did not have a particular team to root for in the Superbowl as the Falcons barely missed their chance, […]

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Social Media at the Superdome

By Maggie Heintzman A total of 30.6 million mentions via various social media outlets earned this year’s Super Bowl the title of “most talked about Super Bowl in history.” Among the primary topics of discussion were the hit and miss advertisements, Beyonce’s halftime show, the unexpected thirty-minute blackout in the third quarter, and ultimately, the […]

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Who Turned Out the Lights?

By Kristen Hassey Super Bowl XLVII was well under way. Beyonce had just graced the world with her presence, the Baltimore Ravens were leading the San Francisco 49ers 28-6 and there was 13:22 left to play in the third quarter. Then the game came to a screeching halt when half of the 73,000 seat Superdome […]

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Quick Thinking Advertisers Jump On Blackout

By Adam Greenwald With more than 110 millions viewers watching one of the most-anticipated sporting events of the year, the unthinkable happened—the lights went out. Just moments prior to the blackout, Danny Akin, President of the Southeastern Baptist Seminary tweeted “Turn out the lights the party’s over! S.F. Is done.” Looks like the Superdome had […]

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