SLIDESHOW: Super Bowl Media Day
Thousands of fans and members of the press turned out in Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis for Super Bowl XLVI Media Day.
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A wild and record-setting Super Bowl week was capped Sunday with the New York Giants winning their fourth title game. But the host city of Indianapolis was a winner as well.
Best Super Bowl ad? Vote for your favorite
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VIDEO: Social media command center helps Super Bowl visitors
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Super security goes into place for Super Bowl
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NFL Play 60 Kids Day gets them moving
It was kids, kids and more kids Wednesday at the Indiana Convention Center, as 38 classrooms of fifth- and sixth-graders enjoyed a morning at the NFL Experience, courtesy of the NFL’s Play 60 Challenge.
VIDEO: Tavern in Colts country welcomes Pats fans
The Super Bowl host city loves its Colts and loves to hate the archrival Patriots. But a bar on the doorstep of Lucas Oil Stadium stands out as a geographic anomaly.
- SLIDESHOW: Super Bowl Media Day Thousands of fans and members of the press turned out in Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis for Super Bowl XLVI Media Day.
Indy draws on super effort to overcome skeptics
Leaders of Indiana's capital city spent years gussying up their downtown to prepare for Super Bowl XLVI -- by building big sports and convention venues and luring nice hotels, popular restaurants and a four-story shopping mall.
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