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Topic - Super Bowl Xxxviii
In today's NFL, the adage about any team making the playoffs can win it all is more than just a cliche. Half of the past 10 Super Bowl champions were seeded third or lower in their conference.
In the latest court battle over the steamy 2004 Super Bowl halftime show, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday that CBS should not be fined $550,000 for Janet Jackson's infamous "wardrobe malfunction."
Unless the unthinkable happens, South Dakota State's game at sixth-ranked Nebraska on Saturday will go down as a forgettable matchup to everyone except the team wearing the yellow and blue.