Super Bowls I-L: A California story
Not-so-subtle NFL message sent courtesy of South Florida: no public financing help, no Super Bowl. — Andrew Brandt (@adbrandt) May 21, 2013Despite all that, the Dolphins did their best to attract the game. “There’s no one better that can do it because we know how to throw a party,” Miami Super Bowl bid chairman Rodney Barreto said in the Miami Herald. “We’ll be giving the owners an incredible celebration in downtown Miami, recognizing the previous Super Bowls and congratulating them on the 50th anniversary.” Nice try, but no dice. But anyway, enough about poor Miami. What's the reaction out in the Bay Area?
Super Bowl 50 coming to the Bay Area. I like it NFL. — Kirk Morrison (@kirkmorrison) May 21, 2013
Hell yes! Super Bowl in the Bay Area! Now we just need our #49ers to do it again! #sanfrancisco… instagram.com/p/ZlhRyVm2I4/ — Adeline Alfaro (@AdelineAlfaro) May 21, 2013
Go #BayArea! Niners win right to host Super Bowl 50 shar.es/ZZ5YM — Robyn Jenkins-Blum (@rojenkin) May 21, 2013Questions? Comments? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org and we might respond in our weekly mailbag!