Some may remember the soggy mess of Miami’s 2010 Super Bowl: Heavy rains soaked fans packed into roofless Hard Rock Stadium and wreaked havoc on the carefully laid out logistical plans of the National Football League and the two competing teams, the New Orleans Saints and Indianapolis Colts.
What followed was a 10-year drought in Super Bowl hosting, tied for the longest span in Miami’s history. The coveted region had already hosted nine of the blockbuster events (it also rained when Miami hosted the Super Bowl in 2007, where the late Prince sang Purple Rain during the halftime show.)
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