Super Bowl

Players, coaches and fans complain about the two-week delay between the conference championship football games and the Super Bowl.

And no one can deny that the quality of all sports has improved with integration. Why not have the Super Bowl Sunday always precede the third Monday in January, the national holiday of Martin Luther King's birthday?

We would all have a much better time in celebrating this apex of American football with a three-day holiday and it may prove to remind people that all things are done better when no one is excluded from the process.


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