Today’s highly interesting read (02/11/22): Should timing of the Super Bowl be changed?

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Today’s read is from Michael B. Abramson, a practicing attorney and author. Here’s an excerpt:

Two alternatives exist to fix the issues surrounding the timing of the game. First, the NFL could change the scheduling. The Super Bowl could change its start time to 4 p.m. Eastern (1 p.m. Pacific).

In this scenario, the game would be over by 8 p.m. on the East coast.

Alternatively, the Super Bowl could be played on Saturday night.

Read the entire column here.

3 thoughts on “Today’s highly interesting read (02/11/22): Should timing of the Super Bowl be changed?

  1. Make me Commissioner for the day: the Super Bowl would be moved to Saturday so people can recover on Sunday. Making the day after the Bowl a national holiday is a silly idea. I’d build a “Super Bowl Complex” in a warm weather place and play the game in that same location year after year. No worries about a home team advantage, which has now happened the last two years, and no worries about holding the game in cold weather cities such as Minneapolis, Detroit, New Jersey, Indy, etc. in February.


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