Sunday just about everyone in the world will be tuned into the big game -- whether it's at extravagant Super Bowl parties, local bars, or your couch. While we're a few years removed from hosting the festivities (oh, come back please NFL) here in the Motor City, that doesn't mean we can't pre-game like they do in Miami...Local rockers talk their game-day plays, memories and more; we break down some of the hot spots to catch the action, and there's plenty of other eye candy to feast on before kickoff.
Super Bowl fun in Detroit
The big game may be in Miami, but there are plenty of ways in the Motor City to scoreFebruary 2, 2010
You don’t have to be a huge sports nut to enjoy all the festivities on Super Bowl Sunday. Between the million dollar commercials and star-studded half-time show, there’s more than enough action to keep even the most novice football fan occupied. Large-screen TVs along with food and drink specials at your local sports bar or waterhole add to the experience, and we've got the scoop on some of the action.
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