Roundtable: A Super Bowl To Remember The Super Bowl ended in a record-setting win by the Pittsburgh Steelers. But what about the commercials? Plus, a mother of six gives birth to octuplets and sets off a wave of controversy. Joining Tony Cox are Charles Robinson, K. Tempest Bradford, and Corey Richardson.
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Roundtable: A Super Bowl To Remember

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Roundtable: A Super Bowl To Remember

Roundtable: A Super Bowl To Remember

Roundtable: A Super Bowl To Remember

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Santonio Holmes (#10) of the Pittsburgh Steelers caught a seven-yard touchdown pass with 35 seconds remaining to give Pittsburgh a 27-23 victory over the Arizona Cardinals for a record sixth Super Bowl title. Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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On this week's bloggers' roundtable: the Super Bowl ended in a record-setting win by the Pittsburgh Steelers. But what about the commercials?

Plus, a mother of six gives birth to octuplets and sets off a wave of controversy.

Joining Tony Cox are Charles Robinson of Charles Black Politics Blog; K. Tempest Bradford of The Angry Black Woman; and Corey Richardson of Vexed in the City.