Is forecast favorable for return of Super Bowl to Twin Cities?

  • Article by: Mark Craig , Star Tribune
  • Updated: February 1, 2014 - 12:30 AM

Roger Goodell was coy when discussing potential future host cities.

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DufferHFeb. 1, 14 2:16 AM

When was it ever announced that the selection was down to three cities? The locals are jumping the gun on that a bit.

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turgidFeb. 1, 1410:45 AM

Goodell is playing us again. Watch our frozen leaders fall all over themselves offering city services for free because Roger says "there's this other city that is ready to host and is giving us a lot more.."

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petesakesFeb. 1, 1410:55 AM

fly over state.

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craigtcassFeb. 1, 1411:54 AM

I wonder if Saint Paul will try and steal the Super Bowl from Minneapolis, as New York is doing to New Jersey?

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kenw1952wFeb. 1, 14 3:45 PM

Why play the games Mr. Goodell, hosting the SB was the carrot on the stick to get the stadium bill passed as it is with every NFL owner that wants a new facility.

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Izzy96Feb. 1, 14 8:51 PM

Snarled traffic? 99% of tickets will be held by people staying in downtown hotels, or nearby, so it's the taxis doing the drive and drop off thing or light rail.

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toatsmcgoatsFeb. 2, 14 8:59 AM

Why would the NFL want a super bowl in Minneapolis, lol! Does Goodell want both teams to lose?

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quinnerooFeb. 2, 14 9:16 AM

Football is dead, the fanboys just don't know it yet. You might as well root for Microsoft or Ford. It's ALL about the money and nothing about athletics and sport.

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scoty2hotyFeb. 2, 14 9:24 AM

I wouldn't recommend a cold weather city for the Super Bowl. As much as I'd love the economic benefits if the SB coming here, it would just be silly. Who wants to come here in the winter?

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