We know since the Super Bowl began in 1967, it has developed into a cultural phenomenon. From the hours and hours of pre game hype to the game itself to the glamorous halftime show and to the commercials.
In the past few years, we've done numerous stories on many businesses doing away with Christmas greetings and going with the politically correct, "Happy Holidays". But so many people have come out in protest.
Those black jersey's that shocked us all when the Vols ran through the "T" on that rainy Halloween night are just a few of the many wild things seen in Neyland stadium during the modern times of UT football.