On Sunday, thousands will descend on the Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis to watch the New York Giants and the New England Patriots vie for the NFL's championship title. City officials are bracing for the crowds--and the extra money that will flow through its coffers.
The City of Indianapolis is getting set to host the nation’s biggest one-day sporting event: Super Bowl 46 on Sunday, February 5.The excitement is already building. Indy’s spent millions of dollars getting ready for the game over the last four years and officials hope it will pay off.
Super Bowl XLVI is expected to bring thousands of people and millions of dollars to downtown Indianapolis in February. And it’s not just for the National Football League’s championship game at Lucas Oil Stadium on Feb.
A 10-year-old suburban Chicago girl will join the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers on the field at the Super Bowl - at least briefly. Ava Childs of Glen Ellyn beat out 17,000 other kids to win the chance to hand National Football League officials the ceremonial
Before we get to the serious news of the day, here's a quick one about something really important — the Super Bowl.As you've probably heard by now, Super Bowl XLV will be between the Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Steelers beat the New York Jets 24-19.