The heartbeat of the Super Bowl media center is at "Radio Row," the place to see and be seen.
Over 100 radio stations are located in this gigantic ballroom and everybody is yapping away. A lot of current and former players are there to push whatever they're pushing.
I got to see one of my childhood idols in Houston Oilers running back Earl Campbell. It was sad to see him in a wheelchair but that's one of the consequences of playing a violent game.
We also saw former Aztec Marshall Faulk and the Miller High Life guy. We'll be airing those stories in the coming days.
The weather continues to wreak havoc because they had rolling blackouts this morning in North Texas and the low tonight is 12 degrees!!!
Aloha - Ross
Living the Super Bowl high life
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