Cadillac, the official car of this year's game, will have heiress and television star Paris Hilton appear at Cadillac-sponsored events around Reliant Stadium in Houston. Though likely overshadowed, talk-show host Jimmy Kimmel also will make appearances for Cadillac.
He didn't exactly get a kick out of it Super Bowl I was televised by both CBS and NBC, and CBS's Pat Summerall served as a sideline reporter for both networks. NBC missed the second-half kickoff because it was in a commercial break, so the producer asked Summerall to ask Packers coach Vince Lombardi if he would kick off again. For some reason, Summerall declined.
NUMBERS OF THE DAY
1 - Point, narrowest winning margin (Giants 20, Bill 19, SB XXV).
IV - The first title game called the Super Bowl (Chiefs 23, Vikings 7). The previous three were AFL-NFL World Championship games.
101 - Carries in a career by Franco Harris, Steelers.
- BRUCE LOWITT
QUESTION OF THE DAY
A Super Bowl ticket's face value is $400-600. How much did a Super Bowl I (AFL-NFL World Championship game) ticket cost?
"It doesn't make any difference who is the favorite, who is the underdog, it is a tossup."
- BILL BELICHICK, Patriots coach, desperately trying to play up the Panthers
SITE OF THE DAY
patsfans.com: These fans take their Patriots seriously, as can be witnessed by the "Salary Cap Info" link. While titled as "Very Unofficial," it sure seems comprehensive - for every player, you can find when their contract is up, how much they're due to make each year and what the salary-cap hit would be if they were cut before or after June 1. For instance, if the Patriots were to cut ex-Bucs draft pick Marquise Walker, recently signed to a 2004 free-agent contract, it would cost them a whopping $5,600 against the cap, the NFL equivalent of us losing change in couch cushions.
$6-12, and the attendance was 61,946, meaning there were almost 40,000 empty seats in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.