February 5, 2007 The Indianapolis Colts overcome heavy rain and the Chicago Bears for a 29-17 victory in Sunday's Super Bowl. Colts' quarterback Peyton Manning was named the game's MVP. Tony Dungy is the first black coach to win the championship.
February 4, 2007 On Sunday, churches around the country will Super Bowl watch parties complete with big-screen TVs, game tables and food. But the NFL says that some of the churches are going too far. League attorneys sent a letter to a church saying that public events using large-screen TVs violate the NFL's copyright.
February 1, 2007 A new trend on display during the Super Bowl: ads made by ordinary folks instead of glitzy, expensive ad agencies. Some companies are using the work of low-budget artistes who create homemade video for the Web.
February 1, 2007 Super Bowl Sunday remains a day of reckoning for the big dogs of the ad industry. Companies succeed or stumble based on their ads. The process is the subject of college courses and Web sites offering deep analysis and ratings.
January 27, 2007 For nearly 50 years, NFL Films has shot pro football games, making highlights films and blooper reels and documenting gridiron moments great and small. Each movie has a soundtrack to set the mood.
January 24, 2007 Until this year, the Super Bowl showdown featured only white coaches on the sidelines. This year's showdown between the Chicago Bears and the Indianapolis Colts is a milestone: Both teams' coaches are black, the first in NFL history to reach the big game.
January 22, 2007 Super Bowl XLI will make history. Chicago Bears coach Lovie Smith and Indianapolis Colts coach Tony Dungy are great friends — and both are black. It will be the first time two African-American head coaches have led their teams to the Super Bowl.