St. Petersburg Times: Super Bowl XXXV
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Super Bowl XXXV Tampa, Florida 2001
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    © St. Petersburg Times, published January 23, 2001


    No, not THAT kind of coke party. It's Coca-Cola's "Prep-o-Rama" to prepare fans for the big game. There are recipes for "Punt Pate" and "Candied Pigskins," online paper football games and "Party Feng Shui," a trivia game that tests your game-day etiquette. If that's not enough, Joe Montana stops by to chat at 6 p.m. Wednesday.

    SUPER BOWL HEROES: WHERE ARE THEY NOW?

    John Riggins

    Now 51, he serves as an NFL analyst in the Washington and New York TV markets. Riggins, who began his career with the Jets, joined WCBS-TV in 1998 for the Riggins and Russo Show, a live weekly preview show. In 1999 he became host of the station's late-night show Sports Rap. In Washington, Riggins joins host George Michael on WRC-TV's Redskins Report

    -- SHARON GINN

    OBSCURE PLAYER OF THE DAY

    John Hudson

    That's because Hudson is the Ravens' long snapper

    Hudson is perfect since Oct.29 when he replaced Frank Wainright, who suffered a season-ending injury.

    Since returning to the NFL with Baltimore, he has been plenty busy because the Ravens' conservative offense had led to many punts. In the 21-3 playoff victory over Denver on Dec.31, Hudson snapped on 10 punts on a cold, windy day with 27-mph gusts

    Hudson's perfect birthday present? A Baltimore victory Sunday. Hudson turns 33 the next day.

    -- SCOTT PURKS

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