• Smith: Bloomy shovels aside hot air and cold truth about NY Super Bowl

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Jan 25, 2013
    Yes, fans will make the best of the situation as they have done in Detroit and Indianapolis host of the last two cold weather Super Bowls. As Bloomberg, who won’t be mayor when the Super Bowl rolls into town, tap-danced around questions about the possibility of weather-related disruptions, and Goodell deflected questions about lawsuits related to head injuries by former NFL players and their families, you wished they could have bottled up some of that hot air to be released during the outdoor festivities next year. But inside the Blue Room, where Mayor Michael Bloomberg and NFL commissioner Roger Goodell were holding a noon press conference on Thursday, it was warm and toasty.

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