|GUESS WHO WAS WATCHING?
Cameras scanned fans for criminals
[Times photo - Stefanie Boyar]
Super Bowl fans had their privacy invaded by the technology, critics say. Law officials cite security. Story
Who's the leader of the Pack? Why it's Trent Dilfer with his wife, Cass, daughter Tori and the signal caller of the Magic Kingdom.
So, you really want Trent back?
He missed his opportunity, you know. Gary Shelton
Will Dilfer remain a Raven?
That's the question facing coach Brian Billick, who says he wants his winning QB back. Story
TICKETS: VICTORS AND VICTIMS
This limo brakes for dreams
An executive's generosity fulfills a father and son's dream of Super Bowl tickets. Story
A smile from fate: a cheap ticket
A cheap Super Bowl ticket and a signed football land in the lap of an area dentist Story
To the patient go the spoils -- and a bargain
People traveled across the country, ticketless, with only a glimmer of hope they would score Super Bowl tickets. Story
Scams net seats far from game
Sneaking into the Super Bowl, selling fake tickets and freeing visitors of their cash earn several an inside look at the jail. Story
Super Bowl XXXV ratings were lowest since 1990
The network's first Super Bowl broadcast in nine years had been excellent, and the replay technology it unveiled for the game was ground-breaking. Sharon Ginn column
What could Disney do that Giants couldn't? Shut down Ray Lewis
Ray Lewis may have been named Super Bowl MVP, but Trent Dilfer got to go to Disney World. Story
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||TOO MUCH TRAFFIC
Parade presents biggest problem
Surveying the city from the roof of the Tampa Marriott Waterside on Saturday night, the NFL's traffic consultant saw his worst fears materialize. Story
NOT ENOUGH TRAFFIC
Super fest plays to empty park
St. Petersburg had hoped a concert festival at Vinoy Park would bring bowl visitors across the bay. It didn't happen. Story
After the big game.
A photo page
THE XXXV FILES
Times visual journalist Don Morris finds Super Bowl week a real sketch. His impressions
2001: A FOOTBALL ODYSSEY
Inspired by the famous science fiction classic 2001: A Space Odyssey, we gaze ahead for a glimpse of what we envision professional football's "ultimate game'' will be like 100 years from now. Special Section
What theyre saying about Tampa
Tampa is a nice site for the Super Bowl. But you can't imagine the Olympic Games here in the sweaty months of late summer, unless you live here. Story
What youre saying
Who will win the big game? What should first-time visitors to Tampa Bay do with their free time? Times Super Bowl forum