The NCAA National Championship is actually about football. People don't spend 50% of the time discussing and analyzing the halftime show and the commercials.Uh huh. I saw commercials when I watched the BCS game this year. And wasn't there a halftime show, I can't remember.
Sure, the National Championship is hyped up and promoted for weeks leading up to it, but it's still about the actual game.And the Super Bowl isn't?
I didn't know corporations got a trophy for best SB commercial.
Also, they utilize the power for the football game rather than blowing the fuses on a halftime pole dance.Because power outages never happen when hosting a game.
rather than blowing the fuses on a halftime pole dance.Look at this post. Just look at it.
Some people like Jerry Springer, Oprah, professional wrastlin', and the Super Bowl. I can't argue with them. If that's what they like, that's what they like. I just have different tastes. For example, with all the legendary musicians that hail from New Orleans, I would have liked to have seen a local artist perform. But screw culture, tradition, and taste, this is the Super Bowl. Maybe next year they should have a gay pride parade at halftime. (Dang, I just gave Babylon another idea.)
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