OK, now that two different reporters have battled for the chance to drag the mother of a victim in the Ray Lewis murder case to the graveyard, what else can the members of the press corps do to demonstrate that their Super Bowl coverage is about the unexpected and unappreciated angles? Looks like it's time to just go ahead and start pretending the famous and obvious subjects are undiscovered gems. A quick peek at Google News brings up these urgent revelations:
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