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By Tammy Bruce
Team Obama's bizarre behavior helps Gitmo terrorists foil justice
Topic - Frank Supovitz
The Minnesota Vikings spent more than a decade campaigning for public funding for a new stadium, finally winning the long, arduous struggle for state approval last spring.
An NFL official says the Super Bowl next February in Indianapolis could be moved back one week if the 2011 season is delayed.
The NFL wants this year's Super Bowl to go smoothly.
With all that snow blocking roads, closing airports and even forcing a game to be postponed in Philadelphia, it's easy to wonder how the NFL and the Big Apple would handle a blizzard in February 2014. You know, when the Super Bowl is in town.
"It's an incredibly competitive environment," Supovitz said. "And all of those types of configurations figure into what the bottom line of a Super Bowl might be and whether it is financially competitive."
"We're here as guides and coaches, as we are with the other two teams and other two cities so they can put their best foot forward," Supovitz said on Friday.