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The 11th annual “Puppy Bowl” took place today on the “Animal Planet” network and as in the past…It was a huge hit…
The “Puppy Bowl 2015 featured 55 different dogs, chosen from the 85 that made it onto the set. The pups come from 37 animal shelters around the country.”
Puppy Bowl XI Participants Team Ruff Included
- Bubba (Chihuahua Mix)
- Bryan Adams (Labrador Mix)
- Titan (American Bulldog)
- Marley (Labrador Retriever)
- Falcor (Clumber Spaniel)
- Henry (English Springer Spaniel Mix)
Puppy Bowl XI Participants Team Fluff Included
- Miss Martian (Coonhound Mix)
- Cara (Shih Tzu)
- Keno (Terrier Mix)
- Chicklet (Aussie Shepherd Mix)
- Freckles (Hound Mix)
- Papi (Corgi Mix)
The Puppies were awarded five points for a scoring play (touchdowns and field goals), two points for takeaways and tackles, and a two-point deduction for turnovers.
To score a touchdown the adorable canines had to drag a chew toy across the end zone, of course!
Watch Puppy Bowl XI Highlights Here
Super Bowl XLIX New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks is scheduled to be played on February 1, 2015, at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. Kickoff is scheduled for 4:30pm MST (6:30pm EST/23:30 UTC). This will be the second Super Bowl played in that stadium (XLII), and the third one held in the Phoenix metropolitan area (XXX at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe). The game will be broadcast in the United States by NBC.
Super Bowl Winners History
Digital: NBC will also live stream the game on NBCSports.com on computers and the NBC Sports Live Extra app on tablets. Mobile device rights are exclusively to Verizon Wireless NFL Mobile for its subscribers.
National coverage: The game will be nationally broadcast on Westwood One radio, with Kevin Harlan as play-by-play announcer, Boomer Esiason as color analyst, and James Lofton and Mark Malone as sideline reporters. Jim Gray will anchor the pre-game and halftime coverage, with Larry Fitzgerald, Tom Brady, Scott Graham, Rod Woodson and Kurt Warner contributing.
Did Marshawn Lynch “Act Like a “Jackass” During Media Day?
Marshawn Lynch has one answer to any and all the questions he was ask during Tuesday’s Super Bowl media day.
The event takes place each year on the Tuesday during the week before Super Bowl Sunday. The purpose is to give both Super Bowl teams the opportunity to engage sports reporters, writers and broadcasters from across the country in the event’s annual Media Day.
Lynch was reportedly bombarded with questions regarding his recent incident in the NFC championship game.
For those who missed it…the Seattle Seahawks running back was fined $20k by the NFL for grabbing his crotch during a TD celebration.
Marshawn sat in front of the microphones sporting sunglasses and a backpack. Every time he was ask a question by the media he sounded like a broken record….Regardless of the topic of discussion he repeated over and over again, “Hey, I’m just here so I don’t get fined.”
Marshawn’s responses in Tuesday’s media event came as no surprise…” Over the last two seasons, Lynch has been fined $100,000 for failing to comply with the league’s mandate that players talk to reporters; if he stays mum on media day, he could incur another massive penalty.
Bad weather…no problem….especially if your a Patriots fan and you have tickets to this weekends Super Bowl in Arizona.
As of Monday night…almost every flight from Boston to just about any and everywhere had been cancelled. This left Patriots fans in major turmoil and uncertainty as to whether or not they would making it to the game.
According to sources…Logan International Airport, the biggest airport in New England has added extra flights to handle the rush to AZ.
A rep for the Airport, said “Five airlines have added additional flights to Phoenix from Logan starting on Thursday, in order to accommodate fans traveling to the Super Bowl.”
The rep says, “There have also been additional charter flights added — also starting Thursday.”
The New England Patriots led by star quarterback Tom Brady won their eighth AFC championship — their sixth under Brady and coach Bill Belichick.
They will play the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX on Sunday, February 1, 2015 at 6:30pm ET at University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, AZ
Super Bowl History of Winners
Tom Brady threw for three touchdowns and LeGarrette Blount ran in three more on Sunday to lead the New England Patriots into the Super Bowl with a 45-7 victory over the Indianapolis Colts.