I don't think we'll ever finish talking about the ending to Super Bowl XLIX. After all, it had one of the most shocking and surprising endings in Super Bowl history. The last-minute interception by the Patriots and the questionable decision by Pete Carroll will haunt the Seahawks for a very long time. Bu
Pete Carroll's terrible decision to make a pass play, instead of simply running the ball, during a key moment in Super Bowl XLIX left many absolutely baffled. The decision has even been called the worst call in Super Bowl history
When I started working in radio nearly 20 years ago, I attended a radio station Super Bowl Party along with my family. One of the things we received at the door was a free registration ticket for a chance to win a series of door prizes
In what can be described as a nail biter of a game that wasn't over until it's last seconds, the New England Patriots emerged victorious as Super Bowl XLIX Champions. But one of the surprises of the game was without a doubt, the controversial decision that Seattle Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll made during the last seconds of the game
Malcolm Butler made a game-saving interception of a Russell Wilson pass at the goal line, and the New England Patriots held on to beat the Seattle Seahawks, 28-24, in Super Bowl XLIX in Glendale, Ariz. on Sunday.
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