Dallasnews.com has a recap of the Texas Stadium implosion which occurred on April 11th. The former home of the Dallas Cowboys was imploded using 2,715 pounds of explosives. Three of the buttresses that supported the roof stuck out of the rubble after the implosion. The buttresses immediately became their own sources of lore, with some believing that the columns stood in honor of the three Super Bowls the Cowboys won during the 90s while others believed it were symbols of the Cowboys’ original architects – former team owner Clint Murchison Jr., general manager Tex Schramm and coach Tom Landry.
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Time.com’s sideshow, Super Bowl Stadiums: From I to XLIV which highlights every stadium that has hosted a Super Bowl. Super Bowl 1 which was played at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, California in 1967. The games resulted in The Green Bay Packers defeating the Kansas City Chiefs 35-10. This year’s Super Bowl will be held at Sun Life Stadium in Miami, Florida.
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The NFL announced The Who as the halftime act for Super Bowl XLIV. The announcement was made during halftime of the Oakland Raiders-Dallas Cowboys game this Thanksgiving. The impressive list of previous halftime acts include bands such as Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Prince, the Rolling Stones, and Paul McCartney.
Super Bowl XLIV will be played at Dolphin Stadium in South Florida on Sunday, February 7, 2010. Last year’s event drew more than 151 million viewers and was broadcasted to 230 countries.