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Super Bowl XLIII
Steelers: Dan Rooney(owner/administrator), Dick LeBeau‡ (assistant coach) Cardinals: Kurt Warner, Russ Grimm‡ (assistant coach)CeremoniesNational anthemJennifer Hudson American Sign Language(ASL) translation by Kristen SantosCoin tossGen. David PetraeusHalftime showBruce Springsteenand the E Street BandTV in the United StatesNetworkNBCAnnouncersAl Michaels, John Madden, Andrea Kremerand Alex FlanaganNielsen ratings42.0 (national) 53.6 (Pittsburgh) 47.5 (Phoenix) US viewership: 98.7 million est. avg., 151.6 million est. totalMarket share65 (national) 79 (Pittsburgh) 80 (Arizona)Cost of 30-second commercial$3 million← XLIISuper BowlXLIV →Super Bowl XLIII was an American footballgame between the American Football Conference(AFC) champions Pittsburgh Steelersand the National Football Conference(NFC) champions Arizona Cardinalsto decide the National Football League(NFL) champion for the 2008 season. The Steelers defeated the Cardinals by the score of 27–23. The game was played on February 1, 2009at Raymond James Stadiumin Tampa, Florida. With this victory, the Steelers became the first team to win six Super Bowl championships. The win was also Pittsburgh's second Super Bowl victory in three years, after winning Super Bowl XLat the end of the 2005 season. The Cardinals entered the game seeking their first NFL title since 1947, the longest championship droughtin the league. The club became an unexpected winner during the regular season, compiling a 9–7 record, and the playoffs with the aid of head coach Ken Whisenhunt, who was the Steelers' offensive coordinator in Super Bowl XL, and the re-emergence of quarterback Kurt Warner, who was the Super Bowl MVPin Super Bowl XXXIVwith his former team, the St. Louis Rams. Pittsburgh jumped to a 17–7 halftime lead, aided by linebacker James Harrison's Super Bowl-record 100-yard interception return for a touchdown. Trailing 20–7 at the start of the fourth quarter, Arizona scored 16 consecutive points, including a safety by Pittsburgh that led to wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald's 64-yard touchdown reception, to take the first lead of the game with 2:37 remaining. But the Steelers marched 78 yards to score on wide receiver Santonio Holmes' 6-yard game-winning touchdown catch with 35 seconds left. Holmes, who caught nine passes for 131 yards and a touchdown, including four receptions for 73 yards on that final game-winning drive, was named Super Bowl MVP. He became the sixth wide receiver to win the award, half of whom are Steelers (Lynn Swannand Hines Ward). The NBCtelevision network broadcast attracted an average U.S. audience of 98.7 million viewers, making it the most watched Super Bowl in history at that time. Contents1 Background1.1 Host selection process1.2 Teams1.2.1 Pittsburgh Steelers1.2.2 Arizona Cardinals1.3 Playoffs1.4 Super Bowl pre-game notes2 Economic effects3 Broadcasting3.1 Television3.1.1 United States3.1.2 Commercials3.1.3 International telecasts
Bears preseason and regular-season single-game tickets are now on sale to the general public. Fans may purchase tickets through Ticketmaster online via ChicagoBears.com/tickets. Ticket limits and prices will vary by game. Demand-based pricing will be used again this season for all single-game tickets. The full Bears schedule was released Wednesday evening. The 2019 season will open with the Bears hosting the Packers on Thursday night, Sept. 5 at Soldier Field. Chicago will also play host to the Lions, Vikings, Cowboys, Giants, Chiefs, Chargers and Saints. It was announced earlier int he day that the Bears will play the Raiders on Sunday, Oct. 6 at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London. They will also play the Lions, Packers, Vikings, Eagles, Redskins, Broncos and Rams on the road this season.
2020 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic® | Dallas, Texas
NHL Winter Classic® tickets on sale nowAct fast! Limited tickets remain for the historic New Year's Day outdoor game between the Stars and Predators at Cotton Bowl® StadiumView Seats
Stars, Predators eager to play 2020 Winter Classic at Cotton Bowl Stadium
DALLAS -- Ben Bishop went to the State Fair of Texas in 2005, when he was going to Frisco High and playing for Texas of the North American Hockey League. He saw Big Tex, the fair's huge cowboy mascot, and the outside of Cotton Bowl Stadium. Jamie Benn went inside the stadium a couple of years ago, when he sat in the stands to watch the Red River Rivalry, the annual college football game between Oklahoma and Texas. Never did they think they would play a hockey game here. [RELATED: Winter Classic logo captures Texas flair for Stars-Predators game] But here were the goalie and the forward Wednesday for a press conference to promote the 2020 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic, wearing their Dallas Stars jerseys, throwing footballs and kicking soccer balls on the same field where so many legends once played. And here they will play the Nashville Predators on New Year's Day. "Being a spectator for a football game was pretty amazing," Benn said. "So I can only imagine being in a hockey game." Tickets will go on sale to season-ticket holders April 1 and to the general public April 23, priced from $55 to $465. Capacity will be about 70,000, even though the stadium holds more than 90,000 for football, because obstructed-view seats won't be included and other seats will be removed for staging. Video: Stars, Predators to play at Cotton Bowl on Jan. 1 The Stars have a list of more than 50,000 people who have expressed interest in tickets, and they will hold a hockey tournament at their eight local rinks at the same time and plan to have 10,000 to 15,000 youth players in the stands, Stars president Brad Alberts said. The Predators expect thousands of their fans to travel from Nashville. "You guys have got great fans; we've got very passionate fans," Predators general manager David Poile said. "This has all the makings of the best game ever." This will be the 12th Winter Classic, but it will be the first held south and west of St. Louis, and the first outdoor game for Dallas and Nashville. It will be a party. The Stars are working on a concert at American Airlines Center on New Year's Eve, though nothing has been finalized yet. The NHL will hold The PreGame fan festival outside the stadium at Fair Park. The entertainment for the game has not been announced, but expect a country music theme. Video: A look at the 2020 Winter Classic in Dallas, Texas It will honor this grand old place. "You are not going to believe what this iconic stadium is going to look like," NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman said. Cotton Bowl Stadium opened in 1930 and has been home to multiple football and soccer teams, including the NFL's Dallas Cowboys from 1960-71. From 1937-2009, it hosted the Cotton Bowl Classic. This is where a flu-ridden Joe Montana downed chicken soup and Notre Dame downed Houston 35-34 on Jan. 1, 1979, when temperatures were in the 20s with a sub-zero wind chill - "or, as we like to call it, hockey weather," Commissioner Bettman said. "The history and nostalgia here is unlike any other venue in our city," Alberts said. "For many years, the Cotton Bowl was the beginning of a great day of college football on New Year's Day. We, along with the Predators and the NHL, are happy to bring back the tradition of a marquee event at this historic venue on the first of January." The players cannot wait. Video: Jim Nill on the 2020 Winter Classic against Nashville Bishop spent most of his childhood in St. Louis. He was a fan of the St. Louis Blues in hockey and the St. Louis Cardinals in baseball. So when the Blues played the Chicago Blackhawks at Busch Stadium in the 2017 NHL Winter Classic and he was with the Tampa Bay Lightning ... "I had some serious jealousy," he said. Stars forward Tyler Seguin used the same word for his experience. He played for the Boston Bruins from 2010-13 -- after they played the Philadelphia Flyers in the 2010 Winter Classic at Fenway Park and before they played the Montreal Canadiens in the 2016 Winter Classic at Gillette Stadium. "Wasn't sure if I'd ever get the opportunity," Seguin said. "But now this is a dream come true, and I'm really excited." Now imagine the kids coming from all over the continent for that hockey tournament at the same time as the Winter Classic. Imagine them sitting in the stands watching the game. Imagine other kids -- maybe football fans, maybe soccer fans -- intrigued because this hockey game happens to be in front of a huge crowd outdoors at Cotton Bowl Stadium. "I really want to use this game as a catalyst to introduce young kids to hockey that probably wouldn't otherwise be paying attention," Alberts said. "I want to see in 20 years, 'Hey, I went to the Winter Classic, and that's what made me want to be a hockey player.' "
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