It's easy to imagine members of the Super Bowl Planning Committee staring out the window today and asking themselves the question “What if?”
What if a snowstorm didn’t show up on forecasters’ radar until just a few days before it hit? What if it dropped more than a foot of snow on East Rutherford at the worst possible time? What if it was coupled by wind chills of minus 15 and blizzard-like conditions, exposing players and spectators to potentially dangerous conditions for hours?
“I keep hearing on the radio, when they talk about it, saying the ‘Super Bowl scheduled for Feb. 2,’ and I’ve ...