From all accounts that I've seen the game time temp was 38 degrees. But like Sapp said "all that means is we're now 1 and 21 in games under 40." The real streak we need to beat is never winning a road playoff game.
Eddie, sad to say, does have a point here. I was in Milwaukee at the time of the game (a good 2-3 hour drive from Champaign) and it was over 40 degrees up here. Eddie might have a point, but this is the MidWest, the temperature changes +-30 degrees up here on almost an hourly basis.
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100,000 fans? That's way above any other NFL stadium capacity. More fans will get to see a Super Bowl in person this way. I'd like to go to the Super Bowl again. My first one this year in Miami was a little....wet.