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  • Seahawks' defense simply too good to lose to Patriots

    Seahawks' defense simply too good to lose to Patriots
    As much as the game has changed, one constant in the NFL is the belief that great defense wins championships, and that is the major reason why the Seattle Seahawks will become the first team to win consecutive Super Bowl titles since the New England...
  • Penn State football parking rates on the rise

    Penn State football parking rates on the rise
    Penn State has increased parking rates for home games at Beaver Stadium. … With the Super Bowl finally just two days away, local sports historian Evan Burian looks at Lehigh Valley connections to past Super Bowls and pro championship games....
  • NBC's 'Blacklist' move creates drama over Thursday lineup

    NBC's 'Blacklist' move creates drama over Thursday lineup
    The reconstruction of NBC's Thursday night lineup begins with the kickoff on Super Bowl Sunday. The Peacock has as much at stake in the telecast of the big game on Feb. 1 as do the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots. NBC is relocating its most...
  • On The Fly: Most Sporting Events Postponed

    Essentially every state high school sporting event Monday and Tuesday was wiped out by the storm. UConn hockey vs. Merrimack has been postponed, too, moved from Tuesday to Feb. 10 at the XL Center. The Monday night home games for the Knicks and Nets...
  • Emotionally engaged? Maybe you weren't paying attention

    Emotionally engaged? Maybe you weren't paying attention
    In a book called "Seducing the Subconscious," Robert Heath, an advertising executive who moved into academia, makes the argument that emotional engagement is everything. No surprise there. In an era with so many cultural forces vying for attention,...
  • Malcolm Butler heads to Vegas after 2015 Super Bowl win

    Malcolm Butler heads to Vegas after 2015 Super Bowl win
    Following the Super Bowl, Disneyland always picks a star or two from the winning team and asks, "What are you going to do next?" And the answer is always the same: "We’re going to Disneyland." While Julian Edelman and Malcolm Butler of the 2015...
  • Hyde5: Five Super Bowl lessons for Dolphins on building winners

    Hyde5: Five Super Bowl lessons for Dolphins on building winners
    It’s that annual time of year when we look at why the Super Bowl teams made it there what the Dolphins can learn from it. This, admittedly, is a bit limiting, as if Green Bay had made the Super Bowl the lessons would be tweaked some (and be more...
  • What Patriots, Yankees and UConn Women Have in Common

    It's Wednesday, and I'm watching the Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots' victory parade on television. And I'm loving it. And I'm thinking about how much everyone hates us. And I'm loving that, too. Deflate-gate? Deflate this! Before the big...
  • The proof that we're winning the gender issues cultural battle

    The proof that we're winning the gender issues cultural battle
    Last year, in the wake of the horrific mass shooting in Santa Barbara and the subsequent “YesAllWomen” hashtag on Twitter, I wrote an article in this space arguing that in many ways, our society’s problems with rape, gun violence and...
  • The #LikeAGirl commercial is no way to empower young women

    The #LikeAGirl commercial is no way to empower young women
    Call me the lone dissident, but I maintain that the over-hyped, over-praised, and over-cheerleaded -- but mostly tediously didactic -- feminist “Like a Girl” commercial that aired during the Super Bowl was not “groundbreaking” (the...
  • How a $2,000 Doritos Super Bowl ad became a million-dollar sensation

    How a $2,000 Doritos Super Bowl ad became a million-dollar sensation
    A frequent flier, Scott Zabielski faces a common dilemma. He's 6 feet 3 inches tall, which means that squeezing his lanky frame into economy airline seats, crammed against other passengers, can be a challenge. So he came up with a scheme particularly...