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Mangini would love the Super Bowl to be in the Pound…

 

From Profootballtalk.com

Browns Coach Eric Mangini recently had an interview with Mike Florio from Profootballtalk.com, he talked about a possible  Super Bowl in Cleveland. I know its a pipe dream but it is something I would love and the whole city could embrace this big event.

“I think it’s great,” Mangini said.  “I think it’s going to change dramatically the whole process.  You can’t count on a perfectly controlled environment to play the game.  You could be playing in a foot of snow, playing with ridiculous winds, playing with icy rains, the cold.  It’s great.”

So what about eventually a cold-weather Super Bowl in the city situated on Lake Erie?

“That would be pretty cool,” Mangini said.  “Not only with the elements but with the history of the franchise, it would be pretty amazing.”


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2 Responses to “Mangini would love the Super Bowl to be in the Pound…”

  1. ButchGavlen says:

    It just amazes me how the same talkiing heads that criticize anyone who dare bring up having a superbowl in their stadium unles it is a warm climate, now yesterday and today are raving how NY new stadium is perfect to host this game and the weather shouldn’t factor in at all. Just amazing.

  2. Denolakes says:

    Cleveland? In February? Hey, I’m hip. One of my favorite games in NFL-lore is the Dallas-Green Bay Bowl Ice Bowl game. Even Cleveland-Oakland’s Ice Bowl was a pretty entertaining game. Sure was a fun team to watch. Ain’t gonna be no outside show at halftime, though, like the stage productions of recent SBs. Technology could probably do some pretty cool things to make it truly unique — like heating the field itself and entertainers actually located inside but projecting onto the field. If we’re going to fantasize, why not go big? They could raise John Lennon and George Harrison from the dead and have them play a set with Elvis.

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