Since they won't announce the winner until 2013, this gives Ross some time to figure out a way to pay for it, one that probably involves little to no taxpayer money.
Die hard Dolphins and Devils fan.
Santa Clara's probably going to get it because they're holding all of the pre-game festivities in San Francisco, which is probably one of the greatest cities in the world. They're also putting up a ton of $$$ for the project, alot more than they're supposed to get.
Not to mention it's a shiny new stadium in an area that really hasn't had one since 1985. I think Santa Clara/SF gets it. Santa Clara's a pretty sketch place, but SF's pretty legit.
The bright side to all of this is that we may just get some nice stadium improvements out of it.
New stadium means they win. Our place is a dump. With all the nice new stadiums that have been built its likely Miami will not see many more Super Bowls.
Do you live in Stockton or something? I guess I'd be pissed too if I lived there.
No one is debating whether or not Great America is a grand place to stage the Super Bowl. It'll be a nice stadium, they can show shots of the Golden Gate, and the rest of the city. I'm not a fan of Santa Clara, but I don't like much of the South Bay. Peninsula and parts of Palo Alto/Menlo Park/Mountain View/Half Moon are nice, but San Jose's a giant rat race with tract homes, marijuana dispensaries, and shattered dreams.
So's Dublin and Pleasanton, Manteca, Tracy, Stockton, and Modesto.