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Super Bowl XLVIII

Super Bowl XLVIII is an upcoming American football game between the American Football Conference (AFC) champion (the New England Patriots or the Denver Broncos) and National Football Conference (NFC) champion (the San Francisco 49ers or the Seattle Seahawks) to decide the National Football League (NFL) champion for the 2013 season. It is scheduled to be held on February 2, 2014, at MetLife Stadium at the Meadowlands Sports Complex in East Rutherford, New Jersey, with kickoff scheduled for 6:25pm EST (UTC−05:00). This will be the first Super Bowl to be played outdoors in a cold weather environment,[2] the first in 38 years to be played outdoors on an artificial turf (in this case FieldTurf) since Super Bowl X in Miami in 1976, and the first in which two US states (New York and New Jersey) will work together with hosting duties.[3

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NFL reveals officiating crew for Super Bowl XLVIII

Referee Terry McAulay, who was the referee for two previous Super Bowls, will lead the seven-man crew of game officials selected to work Super Bowl XLVIII Sunday, Feb. 2 at MetLife Stadium, the NFL announced today.

The other members of the Super Bowl XLVIII officiating crew are Carl Paganelli (umpire), Jim Mello (head linesman), Tom Symonette (line judge), Scott Steenson (field judge), Dave Wyant (side judge) and Steve Freeman (back judge). The Super Bowl XLVIII officiating crew collectively has 110 years of NFL officiating experience and 76 combined playoff game assignments.

McAulay, in his 16th season as an NFL game official, entered the league in 1998 as a side judge and was promoted to referee in 2001. He has officiated 12 playoff games, including six conference championship games and Super Bowls XXXIX and XLIII.

Under the NFL officiating program’s evaluation system, officials must be rated in the top tier at their position to be eligible for the Super Bowl. They must have at least five years of NFL experience and previous playoff assignments.

Earnie Frantz is the replay official. The replay assistant is Brian Matoren.

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Anheuser-Busch Announces Super Bowl XLVIII Ad Lineup

ST. LOUIS, Jan. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Anheuser-Busch today announced it will debut five new ads during the Super Bowl XLVIII broadcast on FOX on Sunday, Feb. 2. Iconic brands, Bud Light and Budweiser will represent Anheuser-Busch in 3.5 minutes of creative.

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“The Super Bowl is the biggest moment in sports and advertising,” said Paul Chibe, vice president, U.S. marketing. “With the largest television audience of the year, it’s an unprecedented opportunity and we make the most of it. We have a game plan in place this year to deliver creative that celebrates Bud Light and Budweiser while reaching loyal beer drinkers and new generations.”

Super Bowl XLVIII marks the launch of Bud Light’s new creative campaign, “The Perfect Beer for Whatever Happens.” The campaign kicks off with two corresponding “Epic Night” units— totaling 90 seconds and telling one cohesive story across two ad blocks—featuring top celebrity surprises when they are least expected. The Bud Light “Epic Night” spots were created by BBDO.

“‘The Perfect Beer for Whatever Happens’ will be the most robust and digitally integrated campaign in Bud Light history,” said Rob McCarthy, vice president, Bud Light. AKQA is the lead agency for Bud Light digital.

The official beer sponsor of the NFL will also use advertising’s biggest stage to debut the new Bud Light reclosable aluminum bottle with a 30-second spot title “So Cool.” Holding the coveted 1A position in the game, “So Cool” will feature the world debut of a new song from a well-known artist. The spot was created by Cannonball.

Budweiser will be in the game with a 60-second and a 30-second spot—both featuring the world-famous Budweiser Clydesdales. Budweiser will continue its long-standing support of the U.S. military and celebrate returning troops with “Hero’s Welcome.”

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McAulay to referee Super Bowl XLVIII

New York, NY (SportsNetwork.com) – Terry McAulay will be the lead official for the seven-man crew working Super Bowl XLVIII, the NFL announced Wednesday.

It will be the third Super Bowl for McAulay, who is in his 16th season as an NFL game official. He also was the referee for Super Bowls XXXIX and XLIII.

The game will be played Sunday, Feb. 2, at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.

Carl Paganelli (umpire), Jim Mello (head linesman), Tom Symonette (line judge), Scott Steenson (field judge), Dave Wyant (side judge) and Steve Freeman (back judge) will also work the game.

Earnie Frantz will be the replay official and Brian Matoren will serve as the replay assistant.

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Super Bowl officials: Terry McAulay leads XLVIII crew

NEW YORK — Terry McAulay will be the referee at the Super Bowl, marking the third time he has worked the NFL title game.

The rest of his seven-man crew on Feb. 2 will be umpire Carl Paganelli, head linesman Jim Mello, line judge Tom Symonette, field judge Scott Steenson, side judge Dave Wyant and back judge Steve Freeman.

McAulay is in his 16th season as an NFL official. He started in 1998 as a side judge and became a referee in 2001.

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