One of the most anticipated parts of the Super Bowl each year is the commercials. This year, a 30-second spot for the Super Bowl cost a record $5 million.
This year's commercials were missing some of the staples of past years -- the tearjerkers. Instead, many of the top commercials featured…
Snacks, facts and quarterbacks: It's all here.
Leading up to the looming showdown, PointAfter opted to take a step back and look at Manning’s career through the lens of 25 numbers-driven facts. We’ll start with one (the amount of Super Bowl rings he’s won — at least at the time of writing) and finish with a number comfortably in eight digits.
In the build up to Super Bowl 50, PointAfter decided to take a look at Newton's career so far using 25 numbers-based facts. We'll start with the lowest number and finish up with the highest — the latter might have something to do with the giant contract Newton signed this past offseason.
History tends to forget those who finish in second place, but these squads deserve to be remembered for having exceptional seasons. In honor of those runners-up, PointAfter ranked the 25 best Super Bowl-losing teams of all time.
The UA played five songs at halftime of Super Bowl I in Los Angeles.
Police investigate man's claim he was hit by hip-hop's Sean "Diddy" Combs.
Ad featuring boy and prosthetics underscores us v them mentality.
Marcus Paulk, 28, was pulled over early in the morning in Scottsdale.
Sapp was in Arizona for Sunday's Super Bowl.
Around the remote: Puppies, kittens and spies, oh my! A big football game, too.
Seahawks star played for 'Kierlav,' now a UA assistant, during their time at West Virginia.
The state had pursued drivers for offering rides for pay without meeting mandated legal requirements.
Tedy Bruschi offers his thoughts on the Super Bowl, UA and Scooby Wright.
F-16s from Davis-Monthan will help enforce flight restrictions over Glendale stadium.
Caliente’s own Super Bowl of salsa kicks off today as the final round of Salsa Madness gets underway.
PHOENIX — Glendale will not be getting help from the rest of the state to cover the cost of public safety at next year’s Super Bowl.
PHOENIX — State lawmakers moved closer Friday to giving Glendale a chance to recover some of its costs for hosting the 2015 Super Bowl.
The Senate voted 18-12 Wednesday to kill Tucson Republican Sen. Al Melvin’s legislation forbidding Arizona from implementing the Common Core standards adopted by the National Governors Association.
House backs state funds
for Glendale Super Bowl