Highs and lows from Super Bowl XXVIII you won’t find on any game sheet.
Best reported offer for a ticket: $2,000.
Best attempt to get a ticket: A women standing outside the Georgia Dome just prior to game time held up a sign that read, “Need five free tickets. I’m from Raleigh-Durham.” When last spotted, she was still five tickets short.
Best ticket scam: Some fans, desperate for tickets, were willing to buy media credentials. Unfortunately, they turned out to be counterfeit.
Best Super Bowl week shopping spree: Donya McKeller, wife of Buffalo Bill tight end Keith McKeller, spent $2,690 on clothes and several accessories in a mere seven minutes.
Best news of Super Sunday: Fan Man was a no-show. The paraglider who had already disrupted a heavyweight fight and a Raider game, had promised to invade Super Bowl XXVIII. Maybe he didn’t know at the time that the game was indoors.
Best postgame question: A man with a media credential walked by a booth where the Bills’ Thurman Thomas was speaking. “Who’s he?” the man asked.
Second-best question: Told it was Thurman Thomas, the man said, “Who does he play for?”