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Levi's Stadium Turf Criticized By Players; Could It Hurt S.F.'s Future Super Bowl Chances?

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 02 / 08 / 16

The turf at Levi's Stadium last night for Super Bowl 50 was "less than perfect, a bit slick and divot-ish," and could serve as a "demerit for the Bay Area in its quest to land a spot in the league’s Super Bowl rotation," according to Scott Ostler of the S.F. CHRONICLE ( 2/8 ). In S.F., Katie...

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