It’s that time of year again where those of us who don’t have an NFL team going to the Super Bowl, (cough, Dallas, cough), we begin to start thinking about the ads for this year’s Super Bowl.
My old pal Rick Chandler says that this year’s commercials are fetching 4 million dollars per 30 second advertisements. I had to find out what we are looking at for that kind of money. So without further ado, here is the 2013 YouTube videos of this year’s Super Bowl.
FIAT 500 Topless Commercial – Abarth 2013 Celebrity Commercials TV. 2013 Super Bowl Ad for FIAT USA.
Megan Fox Super Bowl Ad For Motorola 2013 [HD]
The lunch spread laid out over two tables at the back of the Fox broadcast booth in Cowboys Stadium is standard man-cave, working-lunch fare—a pile of roast beef sandwiches, various chips and dips, a few trays of cookies, a full chafing dish of gourmet mac-and-cheese. Then the sushi arrives. It’s a generous helping, with a fist-sized serving of wasabi carefully sculpted to look like a football, laces out.
“Sumlin’s implication? In his Texas A&M regime, a player of Square’s caliber shouldn’t leave the Lone Star State to play for Alabama. He should play for Texas A&M, and Texas A&M should play on the season’s final evening.”
Staples notes that Alabama’s recruiting has brought them to their level of dominance but wonders how long their dynasty could last.
Alabama looks poised to make another run in 2013 but for the first time ever, the road to Pasadena and the 2013 title game runs through College Station, Texas.
Texas A&M was the lone blemish on the Tide’s 2012 campaign and on Sept. 14 the two teams will meet again, this year on Kyle Field.
“Sumlin, meanwhile, shows no fear of Alabama,” Staples said. “His team beat the Crimson Tide in Tuscaloosa in November, and the Aggies get Alabama in College Station on Sept. 14. Texas A&M brings back Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Johnny Manziel, who flummoxed the Crimson Tide’s usually unflappable defense.”
The Sept. 14 matchup will likely be the season’s biggest game and a win by A&M could mean a BCS National Championship run of their own in 2013.
So with the Cowboys firing defensive coordinator Rob Ryan and with coach Jason Garrett explaining that the franchise plans to “move forward in a different direction philosophically on defense,” the obvious conclusion to be drawn is that the team could be changing its defense from a base 3-4 alignment to a 4-3.
Todd Archer of ESPNDallas.com explores that issue, and he identifies the potential coordinators who could help implement the new approach.
Archer suggests that Dave Wannstedt (who served as defensive coordinator during the 1992 Super Bowl season), Monte Kiffin, and Lovie Smith could serve as the next defensive coordinator, if the move is made to the 4-3.
We love the idea of bringing Lovie Smith to his home state of Texas; last week, we suggested that he’d be a good choice to be the franchise’s next head coach. Maybe the next best thing would be to put him in charge of the team’s defense.