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Tom Brady (12) celebrates in the huddle as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeat the Kansas City Chiefs in the Super Bowl.

Buccaneers win Super Bowl LV in historic game

Gaurav Hardikar, Staff Reporter February 19, 2021

On Feb. 7, 2021, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the reigning-champion Kansas City Chiefs in a 31-9 blowout to secure the Bucs’ second Super Bowl victory and their first in 18 years. Though the venue...

Tom Brady looks for sixth Super Bowl win when the New England Patriots compete against the Los Angeles Rams on Feb. 3. // Courtesy of Brad Muckenthaler

Patriots, Rams to clash in Super Bowl

Andrew Ford, Staff Reporter February 1, 2019

In what seems like an inevitable fact of life, the New England Patriots are once again playing in the Super Bowl. This time, they match up against the Los Angeles Rams, an up-and-coming team in their first...

Observer sports reporters podcast

Episode III: Super Bowl recap
Andrew Ford and Niko Kamlet February 12, 2018

Missing football already? The podcast team sits down to cover the 2018 Super Bowl, Nick Foles' future, the commercials and offers predictions for next season.

Observer sports reporters podcast

Episode I: Super Bowl preview
Niko Kamlet and Andrew Ford January 29, 2018

Welcome to the debut episode of The Observer's weekly sports reporters podcast. Staff reporters Andrew Ford and Niko Kamlet sat down with Director of Web & Multimedia Eddie Kerekes to discuss the NFL...

Best Super Bowl ever?

A comeback, a dynasty and a game-winning touchdown
Jacob Rayyan, Staff Reporter February 10, 2017

Ed. Note: The Super Bowl is the most watched television program of the year. For the 2017 edition, 111.3 million Americans were watching at its peak. This figure dwarfs the 16.5 million people who watch...

Students, no matter their interest in the game itself, gathered across campus to watch what some are calling the greatest Super Bowl ever.

Just in it for the halftime show

Watching the big game while not caring about football
Smruthi Maganti, Copy Editor February 10, 2017

Ed. Note: The Super Bowl is the most watched television program of the year. For the 2017 edition, 111.3 million Americans were watching at its peak. This figure dwarfs the 16.5 million people who watch...

High powered offenses meet in Super Bowl

Patriots, Falcons set to battle on Sunday
Eddie Kerekes, Sports Editor February 3, 2017

The month’s first Sunday, Feb. 5, is this weekend and that can only mean one thing. One-third of the country will sit around TVs eating copious amounts of chicken wings and pizza watching modern gladiators...

The dilemma of sportsmanship

Super Bowl highlighted double standard in sports
JP. O'Hagan and Billy Heyen February 12, 2016

Welcome to Point/Counterpoint, the back and forth sports bar style debate column. This week we are looking at the Super Bowl's aftermath and the questions of sportsmanship it sparked. Carolina Panthers...

Super Bowl, anything but predictable

JP. O'Hagan , Sports Editor February 5, 2016

With the culmination of the NFL season upon us the entire football fanbase and even a lot of non-football fans are gearing up for the annual tradition of watching the season’s last teams standing duke...

The most turned down invitation in sports

Is the NFL's Pro Bowl worth it for fans and players?
Billy Heyen and JP. O'Hagan February 5, 2016

Welcome to Point/Counterpoint, the back and forth sports bar style debate column. This week we are looking at why the NFL’s annual Pro Bowl, an all-star game for the top players not competing in the...

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