When 75,000 fans fill Dolphin Stadium for Super Bowl XLI on Sunday, Feb. 4, it will mark the ninth time Miami has hosted the premier pigskin event, tying it with New Orleans for the most ever. Although it hasn't held the game since 1999, the city remains the ultimate Super Bowl destination, says Hall of Famer Dan Marino, an analyst for CBS' The NFL Today. And he would know.
During his 17 seasons as the Dolphins quarterback, Marino became arguably Miami's greatest sports legend. He played in only one Super Bowl, and lost, but he understands the impact his old stomping grounds will have. "This is the biggest sporting event of the year, but it's more than just the game, it's the fun and excitement that surrounds it," he says. In addition to a pregame show featuring