Momentous hype, wall-to-wall media coverage, endless punditry. We're not talking about presidential impeachment but Super Bowl week. Whether it's obtaining tickets, getting ideas for your game-day bash or decoding the Roman numeral system, the information you crave can be hard to find amid all the Super static. Use the Web to find what you need to make Sunday super, even if the game turns into a dud.
The South Florida Super Bowl XXXIII Host Committee's on-line guest guide has the info an out-of-town NFL fan needs to survive Super Bowl week in Miami: listings of restaurants and lodging, game-day parking and transportation guidelines and an exhaustive list of Super-related activities and parties.
Whether you'll be pregaming in the Pro Player parking lot or in your living room, get some party tips from Joe Calm, the self-proclaimed Commissioner of Tailgating. Miami is the final stop on his Tailgating Tour '98: Log on for some of the artery-hardening recipes he's gathered in his 60,000 miles on the road.
That friend of a friend of a friend didn't come through with tickets? Try Internet ticket broker Front Row USA to score last-minute Super ducats. Front Row responds immediately to E-mail requests and has a detailed Pro Player Stadium seating chart so you can see how good—or bad—a $500 seat would be.
The NFL's official site has all the expected Super news, Super stats, Super records, Super player profiles, and capsules and video clips of Super Bowls past, including Broadway Joe's day in the Miami sun in Super Bowl III (left). It also offers message boards for John Madden wannabes, chats with former Super stars and a chance for fans to add to the hype by setting up their own Super Web pages.