Ten Boomer Super Bowl Moments

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Joe Namath Predicts A Win
Namath, a hunky quarterback who'd played at Alabama under the legendary coach Paul "Bear" Bryant, instantly won New York City's heart when he came to ... more 
Photo by: ImageCollect
Joe Namath Predicts A Win
Namath, a hunky quarterback who'd played at Alabama under the legendary coach Paul "Bear" Bryant, instantly won New York City's heart when he came to quarterback for the Jets in 1965. He wore fur coats, he opened restaurants named Broadway Joe's, he dated beautiful women. But Super Bowl III, in 1969, was the highlight of his career. The Jets were given no chance against the Baltimore Colts, but Namath, cocky as always, said, "We're gonna win the game. I guarantee it." He came through on the guarantee, defeating the Colts 16-7. less 
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Fri, Feb 3, 2012 12:10 PM EST

There are very few Boomers who don't remember at least one Super Bowl. The "holy of holies," as Madonna, this year's halftime entertainer, called it, has been played every year since 1966 to crowds of up to 101,000-and now to millions around the world. Whether you like the ads the halftime show or the actual football game, here are a few moments to remember:

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