Why the Super Bowl is more than a game

New York and New Jersey will reap $500-$600 million from the Super Bowl, while the superstitious on Wall Street are hoping for a Broncos win.

US President Barack Obama gave his State of the Union address this week promising to stamp out economic inequality.  Ben Bernanke presided over his last meeting of the US Federal Reserve after eight rollercoaster years for the US economy. Yet all Americans wanted to talk about this week was the Super Bowl.

For a sports-mad nation like Australia it is hard to imagine that the Americans love their football even more than we do – but they do.


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