Big Picture Categories: Super Bowl sites


King’s Cup might be the best drinking game out there. Everyone has their own version, there’s ample drinking and sometimes — on a few lucky occasions — hot chicks end up naked. One of the best “games” in King’s Cup is Categories, which often is represented by the Jack card. In Categories, the person who draws the card says a category (fast food joints, baseball stadiums, etc.) and everyone must go around the circle naming one until somebody stumbles. When that person fucks up, they drink. Make sense? Good.

We’re less than two weeks away from the Super Bowl and we’re about as it excited for it as we are a trip to the dentist. Nonetheless, it is the Super Bowl which is a great excuse to drink piss beer on a Sunday afternoon. Not that you needed an excuse…

With the big game on the horizon, today’s category will be naming all the cities that have hosted a Super Bowl. This is Super Bowl XLII, but with all the repeat cities, we’re guessing that there have been about 30 host sites. So let’s get ’em all! We’ll start and you guys continue in the comments. You can go again after every five comments. One — one! — answer per comment, assbags. First person to blow it gets to have a run-in with Ray Lewis in a dark alley.

We’ll start with a recent one: Detroit (Super Bowl XL).

All right, football fans. Show off your Super Bowl knowledge in the comments.
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18 Responses

  1. Bang out the kooky one straight away; Tulane Stadium (SB IX).

  2. Minneapolis, Minnesota, where everyone wants to be in late January

  3. Detroit in Feb. Beautiful weather there

  4. Does this count as a different city: Pontiac, MI (San Fran vs Cincy)

  5. Stanford Stadium, Niners Dolphins…nothing says Super Bowl like it being hosted by a stadium whose normal football team absolutely sucks

  6. Palo Alto, CA – Stanford Stadium for Super Bowl XIX, won by… The SF 49ers.

  7. fuck we posted at the same damn time. I’ll go again – how’s about Miami, host to like 10 super bowls.

  8. The Superdome, host to more Super Bowls than any other stadium (Super Bowls XII, XV, XX, XXIV, XXXI, XXXVI)

  9. Jacksonville

  10. Rice Stadium (SB VIII).

  11. San Diego, y’all!

  12. Tempe, Sun Devil Stadium, Super Bowl XXX

  13. Tampa, Raymond James Stadium, hosted one already and is scheduled for another.

  14. Reliant Stadium (Houston)

  15. LA Coliseum.

  16. Way to choose the shittiest and most rigged super bowl first (XL).

    Oh, and whatever Dallas’ new stadium is going to be called hosts it in 2011.

  17. pasadena ca

  18. georgia dome twice!! cowboys vs bills and rams vs titans (greatest super bowl ever)

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