Fake tickets: The NFL will hold a news conference today to discuss counterfeiting--which has always been a problem at the Super Bowl. Invariably, there are fans that get a fake ticket. The NFL usually sets aside some tickets just for this reason, to make good on those who were scammed. I remember Super Bowl 28 in Atlanta when the Bills faced the Cowboys. As I was walking into the Georgia Dome, dozens of Buffalo fans accosted the Western New York media outside the stadium. They had purchased Super Bowl packages through a travel agency in Buffalo, a three day getaway, only to find when they arrived at the game, the tickets were no good. Nothing could be done and these poor folks had to watch the game from a nearby bar. It was embarrassing for all and the League does a good job trying to make good on a bad situation.
Last call: Tomorrow marks the final media sessions for the head coaches. Both John and Jim Harbaugh will pose with the Lombardi trophy and go in lockdown mode after tomorrow morning. Check our photo gallery tomorrow for pictures.