Gridiron Tailgating (Super Bowl I-XIV Edition) – Part I of III

 jack-tatum-the-assassin.jpg presents to you a Gridiron Tailgating Super Bowl I-XIV Special Edition.  Your host Russ Loede and expert analyst Mike Panas bring you full in-depth details and insightful facts about the first 14 Super Bowls in the NFL.  From Green Bay’s first 2 SB wins to Joe Namath’s shocking guarantee victory (AFL’s 1st SB title) in the Orange Bowl upset over the Baltimore Colts (22-point favorites).  From a GW FG triumph in SB V to an undefeated Miami Dolphins championship squad.  From the Pittsburgh Steelers four SB wins in the 70s (2-time Back-to-Back champs) to the thrilling match-ups between “America’s Team” and the “Steel Curtain” (SB X & XIII).  From Lynn Swann’s remarkable catch to Jack Tatum’s vicious knockout hit delivered with pure devastation (Best of All-Time) to the streaking Sammy White over the middle (SB XI).  Hear the 1-2 combo talk about point spreads, honorary coin tossers, halftime show extravaganzas, unique announcing crews, and star-studded national anthem singers.  This SB episode is jam-packed with the best coverage of the past Super Bowls in a “Reminiscent Flashback” to the early glory days of the big game!  You will become a SB expert by the time you finish listening and know everything that happened in the first XIV showdowns to decided the best in the NFL, as we take you inside an exclusive show that is unlike any other Super Bowl coverage on the web!  

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One Response to “Gridiron Tailgating (Super Bowl I-XIV Edition) – Part I of III”

  1. Russ Loede says:

    Also I cannot and you cannot forget that the “BEST” and the MOST Influential and Important Pioneer of the NFL – Former Chicago BEARS Coach/Owner George Halas had the honor to do the Coin Toss for SB XIII ~ As it was At the Time considered the Best SB Ever and still ranks up there in the Top 5. Looking Back at the coin tossers, halftime shows, national anthem singers, and announcers, along with all the point spreads ~ it’s great to see what went on in every Super Bowl throughout the years – from I-XLII. Lots of interesting information and facts and it shows the importance of this big game!