It’s that time of the year again … take a break from the action and get ready to enjoy some football. Do Scientologists get to watch football? Don’t know, but we’ve got some sites that’ll turn your browser into a Super Bowl powerhouse (guaranteed to be more powerful than Dianetics) …
ESPN – Coverage of the game inside and out.
Fox Sports – Coverage from the network that is actually airing the game in the United States, Fox.
Sporting News – The well known sporting newspaper brings a lot of NFL-related info.
Sports Illustrated – Sports Illustrated will have enough post game analysis to make you feel like the game lasted a month. Will take your mind off blowing that last security audit.
SuperBowlHistory.net – An unofficial site with a history of every Super Bowl up through 2007.
New England Patriots – The American Football Conference champions for the year. Will they finish their path to perfection or fumble at the last step?
New York Giants – The National Football Conference champions at this year’s Super Bowl.
Super Bowl XLII – The official site of the 42nd Super Bowl to decide the champion of the NFL (National Football League).
MSNBC Classic Ads Collection – Assortment of classic Super Bowl ads including the infamous Apple “1984″ ad.
Spike.com – Look up ads by year since 2002, or by advertiser.
SuperBowl-Ads.com – A collection of ads since Super Bowl XXXII in 1998.
YouTube AdBlitz – After the game is over, head here to see all of the commercials again.