A power outage in the Superdome during the biggest televised event of the year... Was it a last ditch effort by the 49ers? Was it all part of New Orleans Saints Owner Tom Benson's plan to get a new venue for his team? Was it ol' Marie Laveau getting her revenge on NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell? We may never know, but we can laugh about it, courtesy of the jokers on Facebook.
A power surge at the Superdome in New Orleans knocked out a number of the lights causing play to be disrupted (sabotage by the 49ers perhaps?). The delay is expected to be up to a half hour long. Let's hope the break doesn't mess with anyone's focus.
Louisiana's Ragin' Cajun football team, who went 9-4 for the second-consecutive year, including a second-straight win in the R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl, was honored at the annual Senior Awards Banquet on Saturday night at the Cajundome Convention Center.
The Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers will meet in Super Bowl XLVII at the Superdome in New Orleans on Sunday to decide which team gets to hoist the Lombardi Trophy as the champions of the National Football League.
Hall of Fame running back Marshall Faulk still feels cheated 11 years later. Can you blame him? After all, the Patriots had video of Rams' coaches sending in defensive signals and allegedly taped the Rams' walkthrough prior to Super Bowl XXXVI. Faulk said, "I'll never be over being cheated out....
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