Watching your team lose its spot in the 2020 Super Bowl stings a little less if you don’t lose money changing your flight.
From Indiana Jones to an Elvis-impersonating magician, the Super Bowl halftime show has featured some truly strange performers.
For each year's Super Bowl showdown, manufacturers and retailers will produce and stock two sets of T-shirts, hats, and other merchandise that declares each team the champ. So who gets the losing team's stuff?
No cable? No problem. No TV? That's fine, too.
Want to be the smartest person in the room while watching this year's Super Bowl? Bust out a few of these fun facts about Big Games past.
The puppies are coming! (Plus some kittens, kangaroos, and a rescue sloth.)
On January 15, 1967, when the first AFL-NFL World Championship Game took place, it was something bordering on a disaster, with television mishaps, a dispute over the name, and thousands of empty seats.