super bowl

Everything you need to know about Super Bowl 57: What to watch for in this year’s big game

Whether you’re just excited to watch Rihanna’s return to the stage or are a diehard football fanatic, here’s everything you need to know ahead of Super Bowl 57.

| Staff Writer

Reasons to watch Super Bowl LVI that aren’t football

Even if you’re not a football fan, there might still be merit in watching Super Bowl LVI. Our staff has four alternate motivations for you.

Super Bowl Sunday taught me a lesson that had nothing to do with football

Chronicling the search for chicken wings on one of the biggest chicken wing consumption nights of the year.

| Staff Writer

Same as it ever was: Chiefs rekindle annual tradition of disappointing me

History will remember the 2020 Kansas City Chiefs as just one of the field, a road block between the inevitable Tom Brady and his seventh championship.

| Senior Sports Editor

Somber, soulless Super Bowl: Enjoying a truly terrible football game

The only question I had before I began watching this Super Bowl was why was I going to watch it in the first place. I toiled over it before the game started. I revisited the question as the game became a soulless dredge over the home stretch.

Dorian DeBose | Senior Sports Editor

Super Bowl staff predictions: Rams vs. Patriots

So, we have another L.A.-Boston championship. Here’s how the Student Life sports staff thinks this one will go. Hint: Title-starved Beantown (none in three months!) will host another parade.

Sports Staff

Murphy’s law: Patriots fans savor success, everyone else’s hatred

Hear from two real live Patriots fans on the eve of Super Bowl LII.

| Senior Editor

Who’s going to win this year’s Super Bowl: Patriots or Eagles?

Because we’re obviously experts.

Sports Staff

Why the Eagles (and Rocky Balboa) mean so much to Philadelphia

Forty-two years after Rocky, Philadelphia finally has it’s underdog again.

Benjamin Simon | Contributing Reporter

True patriots: Super Bowl Sunday predictions

Two good quarterbacks, two good offenses, one Bill Belichick. The New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons will head down to Houston for Super Bowl LI this Sunday.

Sports Staff

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