The Bears are trying to replicate the tough defense
that produced a championship during the franchise's most recent
trip to a Super Bowl in 1985.
By late tonight, these questions should be answered:
Can Colts Q-B Peyton Manning, who's had a so-so postseason, stay
calm enough to produce a Super Bowl victory?
Can Bears Q-B Rex Grossman, who's been up and down all season,
produce one of his quality starts?
Which of the first two African-American coaches to reach a Super
Bowl -- Indy's Tony Dungy and Chicago's Lovie Smith -- will be
carrying the Vince Lombardi trophy at the end of the night?
Despite an injured ankle, cornerback Nick Harper participated in
the Colts' final walk-through practice yesterday. The team is
hopeful he'll play. He's a game-time decision.
For the non-football fans, there's always the T-V commercials.
And here's the entertainment lineup: Billy Joel sings the national
anthem. Prince is the halftime act.
Oddsmakers have installed the Colts about a touchdown favorite.
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