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Close to 150 million people tune in every year to watch at least part of football's championship game. Compare that with the approximately 15 million who tune in to your average World Series...
After his son’s Bar Mitzvah this Saturday, Avi Esses will get ready for Super Bowl XLVI.
S. Diego Chargers defensive end Igor Olshansky, the first player from the Soviet Union to be drafted by an NFL team, spoke to Jewish students at S. Diego State University about the importance of Jewish pride.
Before he was known as Shlomo, Alan Veingrad was an offensive lineman for the Green Bay Packers and the Dallas Cowboys. He made it to the Super Bowl in 1993 before he traded in his helmet for a yarmulke.
Lifelong New York Giants fan Jay Greenfield has been donning tefillin three days a week since early on in the 2007 season. He plans to continue, whether or not his favorite team wins Sunday’s Super Bowl against the New England Patriots.
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