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Randall Bacon gets paid to be the stunt double for Seahawks Quarterback Russell Wilson in commercials
Jesse Lawrence, CEO, TiqIQ, discusses ticket prices for the Super Bowl and why it's so expensive this year. There's lots of demand for a minimal supply, he says.
Simon Lowden, CMO, Pepsi Beverages North America, and Ram Krishnan, CMO, Frito-Lay North America, discuss their company's role in the Super Bowl, in particular the halftime show, which could draw as many as 110 million viewers.
Seattle Seahawks president Peter Mcloughlin tells NBC Sports' Dave Briggs business is booming and the team has the best fans in the NFL.
Creating 700,000 footballs per year, Wilson controls about 70 percent of the market, with the NFL being its longest and most lucrative partner.
A sampling of television advertising that will air during this weekend's Super Bowl game between the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks.
Dominic Chu with an inside look at the making of the Super Bowl's biggest star: the football.
The New England Patriots will face the Seattle Seahawks this Sunday in the Super Bowl. We break down the numbers on the game's ticket prices, air fare to get there and parking cost.
Seattle Seahawks' running back Marshawn Lynch explains to reporters why he really came to Super Bowl media day.
Patrick Doyle, President & CEO, Domino's Pizza, discusses how big the Super Bowl is to pizza sales and the impact of carryout on his business.
Fans still thinking about going to Sunday's Super Bowl XLIX will need to factor in game tickets, airfare and lodging logistics.
Sally Smith, President and CEO, Buffalo Wild Wings, discusses whether consumers are buying more wings with their extra cash and whether the Super Bowl will significantly impact sales.
Tickets for Super Bowl XLIX are being offered for more than twice the price as this time last year, according to resellers.
Dave Briggs, NBC Sports, discusses the controversy over allegations the New England Patriots used deflated footballs in its win over the Indianapolis Colts.
Daunte Culpepper, the former Viking standout QB, spent a lot more time worrying about Xs and Os than he did PSI.
NFL investigators indicate that the New England Patriots used under-inflated footballs in Sunday's AFC championship. NBC News reports.
Every year, first-time advertisers gamble millions in hopes of scoring big on game day and long afterward, but many come up short.
Bettors will be trying to cash in on hundreds of weird bets tied to the Super Bowl. Did someone mention a Punxsutawney Phil?
Deflategate is just the distraction we need in a woebegone new century filled with wars, racial tension and terrorism, Politico's White says.
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady denied adjusting last Sunday's game balls in anyway, saying he "would never do anything outside the rules of play."