Cold Weather Super Bowl Could Be A Disaster

December 19, 2013 1:47 PM
Cold Weather Super Bowl Could Be A Disaster
" BOSTON (CBS) – We’re 45 days away from Super Bowl XLVIII in the New Jersey Meadowlands, and with two snow storms having already touched down in the north east the NFL is starting to roll out its contingency plan in the event of inclement weather.

During a press conference yesterday outside MetLife Stadium, NFL VP of Events Frank Supovitz discussed a number of different scenarios the league is facing and what they will do to counter the elements.

There’s multiple possibilities and quite frankly they’re all bad – especially if you’re a fan with tickets to the game. The most watched television event of the year could be played a day earlier, re-scheduled for Monday or Tuesday night OR get pushed back into the following weekend.

Could you imagine being a fan from out of state that’s already booked a hotel room having to find another hotel for the following weekend?

CBS New York: NFL VP: ‘Let It Snow’ At Super Bowl – Just Not Too Much

Or what about if the subways are shut down and public transpiration screeches to a halt, how would one get to East Rutherford then?

It would be a nightmare "

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