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    Super Bowl Argument

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    There are more than a few reasons people watch the super bowl. Some watch for the game (surprisingly not the majority), some watch for commercials or good deals, etc. Whatever makes people watch, makes the super bowl one of the most watched games every year. I saw a few really good commercials during the game and a few commercials that make me believe that a new generation is upon us with a T-Mobile commercial that used word play to joke about marijuana and other commercials that were very…. Sexy

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    Super Bowl History

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    We all know what a big deal the Super Bowl is, but the Big 5-0 is one you don’t want to miss, so make sure you have the stats; and I don’t just mean the scores. When: Sunday, Feb. 7, 6:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. TV Channel/Commentators: CBS, Jim Nantz and Phil Simms in the booth, Tracy Wolfson on the sidelines. Where: First Super Bowl at Levi’s Stadium (2014), Santa Clara, Calif. Teams: Carolina Panthers (15-1 regular season) vs. Denver Broncos (12-4). It is the third straight year with

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    Cheese In The Super Bowl

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    The Super Bowl is a sporting event that is famous for producing funny and well-known advertisements. During the 2016 Super Bowl, Taco Bell released a successful ad for a new food item. This product is known as the “Quesolupa” with its key feature being a unique cheese filled shell. In the ad itself, it is first expressed that cheese put inside a taco shell is a pretty big deal, in fact it is “bigger” than just about everything. To express this, a series of clips follow the initial claim showing just

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    Super Bowl Sunday

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    It’s been a praised tradition for almost twenty years. On Super Bowl Sunday, our entire family will gather at my grandfather’s house to watch the big game. My grandfather, Wayne Kellenberger, loves football. He has a few priceless autographed portraits of NFL players, like Reggie White and Joe Montana, whose signatures are written so sloppily, they are almost illegible. Being a die hard Eagles fan, my grandfather “bleeds green.” He has not missed a single Eagles game in over fifteen years! Every

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    The Super Bowl

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    "My spirit is broken, my days are cut short, the grave awaits me." (job 17:10 NIV) Well, it 's finished. The Super Bowl is done and Denver begins their reign as champions of the NFL. For all of its overhype, I have to admit I enjoy the Super Bowl. I look forward to it even if my favorite teams aren 't playing. Actually my favorite teams haven 't played in a Super Bowl in a long time. But I enjoy the hype leading up to it. I enjoy all of the analysis. I enjoy watching the commercials , at

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    Super Bowl Stereotypes

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    stereotypes in individuals in Super Bowl 2018 commercials. After discussing our results as a class, our group discovered that there was a massive overrepresentation of white males and an underrepresentation of females in general. Likewise, our dataset shows that male stereotypes are used more frequently than female stereotypes in Super Bowl 2018 commercials. Also, in our results, the analysis of the female gender demonstrates that most of the women in the Super Bowl commercials our class coded for

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    Super Bowl Commercials

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    school and work, grab their friends and families, and of course also some snacks and drinks, to sit together in front of the TV to watch maybe the biggest American event in the year: The Super Bowl. But when the show comes to a break, most people still cannot move their eyes away from the screen; indeed, the Super Bowl has become a widely anticipated advertising war which costs companies close to 4 million dollars for a 30-second commercial. And no doubt that every advertisers give out all they got

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    the Super Bowl. The Green Bay Packers are playing against the Atlanta Falcons, and The New England Patriots are playing against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Then after those game are over, the two teams who won, will play against each other in the Super Bowl. The Green Bay Packers didn’t start the season off the way they should have. Their defense was not focused. The Packers got focused and now they are one step closer to going to the Super Bowl. If they win, this will be the first Super Bowl they

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    History of The Super Bowl Essay

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    The impact of the Super bowl has been a phenomenon. In fact, since January 1967 “it has become part of the American culture, which illustrates that it has become the single-most important event in the sporting world currently” (Johnson, Savidge, pp. 83). The Super bowl had quite humble origins, which is why it is shocking to understand as to why this game became vastly popular and remains that way. In fact, one would notice that it is a county fair, a weeklong convention along with an unofficial

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    We are going on the fiftieth Super Bowl coming this February. According to Jack Jones, (who is a sports handicapper that covers the NFL, NBA, MLB, college football and NCAA Basketball. He also created the website betfirms.com) only fifteen cities have ever hosted the Super Bowl. Glendale has hosted the Super Bowl in the past and with the success of having the event take place in the Phoenix-Glendale area I wouldn’t be surprised when the city gets the bid again in the future. With the beautiful weather

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