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Monday, October 22, 2012

NFL Puts San Francisco, Houston And Miami Super Bowl Battle

You just know it’s Super Bowl Bid Time when a media type screws up the news about which NFL city’s bidding for the game versus what NFL city. In this case, the example is the Wednesday announcement at the Fall NFL Owners Meeting that, well, it’s better to present NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s exact words:

Our Super Bowl Committee met yesterday afternoon and presented to the ownership this afternoon. There will be three bid cities for Super Bowl L and LI – Houston, San Francisco, and South Florida. The bids will be presented and owners will vote on both of those games at the May meeting in 2013. The owners will vote between San Francisco and South Florida regarding Super Bowl L. Owners will then vote at the same meeting on the host of Super Bowl LI between Houston and the runner-up from Super Bowl L.

- more at Zennie62.com - NFL Puts San Francisco In Super Bowl Uphill Battle v. Houston And Miami

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