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kclsufan
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re: We'll never hear the end of this


They sho is lots o' mad Gawga people today.





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TigerBait1127
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re: We'll never hear the end of this


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It's a freak occurrence dumbass. Lets never have it New Orleans again, can't wait for next year when it's in a snowstorm and the game is shit



which the NFL knew could happen and decided to risk it anyway

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This is the most televised event all year. That "small outage" is a huge deal.


small outage brought with it more viewers



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Sid in Lakeshore
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re: We'll never hear the end of this


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which the NFL knew could happen and decided to risk it anyway


New Stadium = Superbowl Host. It's one of the carrots the league dangles to persuade locals to build new stadiums.






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Fat Bastard
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Sig and avy are gone. That's usually means you're banned.




he gone.






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dgnx6
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re: We'll never hear the end of this


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Someone doesn't understand basic business. 40 minute outage causes no telling how many people to turn the channel.

How much is the average Super Bowl commercial these days?


Lol your a moron. Wirhout the outage the game was already over. If anything it gave the candle sticks a chance and actually made it a game instead of a gang rape.






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dgnx6
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re: We'll never hear the end of this


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Someone doesn't understand basic business. 40 minute outage causes no telling how many people to turn the channel.

How much is the average Super Bowl commercial these days?


Lol your a moron. Wirhout the outage the game was already over. If anything it gave the candle sticks a chance and actually made it a game instead of a gang rape.






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LSUZombie
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re: We'll never hear the end of this


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Lol your a moron


never gets old






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LSUZombie
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re: We'll never hear the end of this


ESPN going to do their best to make this a talking point for as long as they can.

Talking head was already going into the next segment asking "What will be the long term consequences of this?"






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geauxtigers87
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re: We'll never hear the end of this


Color me shocked. Berman was trying so hard last night when they had the ravens coach on "if we EVER get an explanation on why the lights went out and you know BECAUSE the lights went out"





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Scrowe
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Why are people freaking out so bad, New Orleans is tied for most hosts in history and the Superdome is the most used venue in history for the Super Bowl. Obviously the NFL likes it there and enjoys the city otherwise this wouldn't have happened.

People are just overreacting and freaking out over a small hiccup. No big deal, the game was delayed a bit. I can't wait to see how it goes in New Jersey next year. I'm personally hoping a blizzard hits just in time to set the game back about 2 weeks.

No one cares about the crap that happened in Dallas anymore and you can book it that they'll get another Super Bowl.






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SEClint
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re: We'll never hear the end of this


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Because a power outage is extremely entertaining?


Because people want to see what is going on. And yes,..a power outage in the super bowl is actually very entertaining.






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Doucet09
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Just curious.

If you were an NFL exec, would you want it there again after this? Serious question.


and where in Alabama would you suggest they play? Serious Question...






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TutHillTiger
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All the sirius NFL guys have said nothing but about how great New Orleans was despite the outage and they will host again





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MetryTyger
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re: We'll never hear the end of this


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bamabenny
We'll never hear the end of this

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Dumbasses already saying NOLA will never host again

Just curious.

If you were an NFL exec, would you want it there again after this?

Serious question.



And here's a serious answer:
The NFL Execs LOVE the setup in New Orleans -
luxurious and world renowned hotels and restaurants, bars and jazz clubs within WALKING distance to the Dome.

A weeklong party of meetings, luncheons, NFL Honors Awards, HOF Announcements, dinners at the best restaurants in the world, and the best town in the world for special events, partying, music, etc.

BTW Billy Joe-Bob,
This is the first power outage/light problem the Dome has had since Katrina and one of only a couple since it OPENED 38 years ago.

Also, it was stated that the auxiliary power was set to be used, but the officials in the Dome realized the lights were coming back on and the surge was working. They figured it was not needed since the main power was on its way back up.

Guess you would react like that though, what with your glorious state set NEVER to hold a major sporting event, let alone a Super Bowl.

Unless the 1st Annual Skoal-Spitting Championships will be coming to Hooterville Heights at Cecil's Bait, Tackle and Wimmen's Perfume Emporium......






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