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Published February 8, 2012
ANOTHER ROUND? In Dallas, Rick Gosselin writes, "I’d rank the Indianapolis game among my top three Super Bowl experiences of all time along with the 1992 game in Minneapolis and the 2006 game in Detroit." All three were "cold-weather cities that embraced who and what they are and compensated by dazzling all with their efficiency and hospitality." Indianapolis "benefited this time from unseasonably warm weather," and also "earned itself the right to host another Super Bowl at some point down the road" (DALLAS MORNING NEWS, 2/8). SI.com's Peter King wrote in Indianapolis, the "physical plan for a Super Bowl is perfect, whether you're inside or outside." The city "deserves another Super Bowl" (SI.com, 2/7).