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Super Bowl Recap

Super Bowl XLII may very well go down as one of the greatest Super Bowls of all time. And if you go by the ratings, it already has. A record, unbelievable 97.5 million people, on average, had their televisions tuned to Fox to watch the Super Bowl. And overall, an estimated 148.3 million watched some, if not all, of Super Bowl XLII, which is another record. The game's record shattering viewership marked the eighth time the 41 year old Super Bowl has passed the 90 million viewer mark. But, however, it was the first time the game surpassed 95 million viewers. And it smashed the previous all time high of 94.1 million viewers that tuned in for the Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers match up in 1996.

As one would expect, the most rabid viewing was in Boston, where a whopping 81 percent of all television sets were tuned into the game. Keep in mind that when 148.3 million viewers watching some or all of the game, there are 303.1 million people in the United States. Almost half of the population was watching the Super Bowl. These record numbers of viewers not only made Super Bowl history, but television history as well. The game goes down as the second most watched television event of all time. Number one? The 1983 finale of M*A*S*H*. Yes, M*A*S*H*. And, other than the Giants, FOX was a big winner. FOX brought in an astonishing $2.7 million for every 30 seconds of ad time.

Reviews of the Super Bowl half time were positive as well. The always subdued Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers performance at the Super Bowl halftime show was as uncomplicated as possible. No wardrobe malfunctions, no over the top pyrotechnics - just a clam, great sounding rock and roll. Right before stepping on stage, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers calmly waited on the sidelines before being given the signal to step on stage. Once on the field, the stage became illuminated in the shape of a heart and large arrow. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers made playing a concert for about 100 million people look effortless.

And then throw in the fact the game was a nail biter, Super Bowl XLII proved to be one for the books. The undefeated, history-in-the-making- New England Patriots were ready to make history on Super Bowl Sunday. The underdog Giants had a lot to prove. But from the moment the Giants stepped out on the field, they were relentless. They never left Brady alone and showcased their spectacular defensive line. The Patriots fought back, but found it very difficult to make any ground. And with less than a minute left in the game, Eli Manning threw to David Tyree for a touchdown giving the New York Giants a win at 17 - 14.

A spectacular finish to a spectacular game.

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