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  2. Hochman vs. Kiszla: What's the Broncos' No. 1 problem, and has their Super Bowl dream gone bust?

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  1. BROCKTON — Abington’s defense was relentless and running back Shawn Donovan answered every Bishop Fenwick score, rolling the Green Wave past the Crusaders, 29-14, yesterday in a Division 5 state ... FULL ARTICLE AT Boston Herald

  2. BROCKTON — After completely dominating three quarters of play, Walpole was only 11 minutes from advancing to Gillette Stadium and the Division 3 Super Bowl. But Dartmouth needed only 4:38 ... FULL ARTICLE AT Boston Herald

  3. LOWELL — For Melrose, it all started with a goal-line stand early in the first quarter at Cawley Stadium yesterday.The Red Raiders were able to stop Tewksbury four times from ... FULL ARTICLE AT Boston Herald

  1. LOWELL — Cohasset put the pedal to the metal in the second half to drive the Skippers’ trip back to Gillette Stadium.Up by just a point, Cohasset stepped on the ... FULL ARTICLE AT Boston Herald

  2. Holliston ‘D’ shines

    LOWELL — The Holliston defense has taken a backseat to the prolific Holliston offense all season long.Yesterday, the Panthers stop corps had its moment in the sun.The defense completely ... FULL ARTICLE AT Boston Herald

  3. BROCKTON — After completely dominating three quarters of play, Walpole was only 11 minutes from advancing to Gillette Stadium and the Division 3 Super Bowl. But Dartmouth needed only 4:38 ... FULL ARTICLE AT Boston Herald

  4. Vikings coach Mike Zimmer uses his Super Bowl bling as teaching tool

    Mike Zimmer loves his Super Bowl ring. He might like his Super Bowl trophy even more. FULL ARTICLE AT St. Paul Pioneer Press

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The Super Bowl is the championship game of the National Football League (since 1967), the premier association of professional American football. In most years, the Super Bowl is the most-watched American television broadcast. Many popular singers and musicians have performed during the event’s pre-game and halftime ceremonies. The day on which the Super Bowl is played is now considered to be a de... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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