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Tickets To Super Bowl Experience Presented By Lowe’s Available Now On NFL Onepass App

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Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s – NFL’s interactive football theme park – will return to Los Angeles for Super Bowl LVI from Saturday, February 5 – Sunday, February 6 and from Thursday, February 10 – Saturday, February 12 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

To celebrate the conclusion of the NFL’s biggest season ever, Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s will offer fans the opportunity to collect autographs from current NFL players and Legends, participate in interactive games, youth football clinics, and shop merchandise from NFL Shop presented by Visa.

Super Bowl Experience will also feature photos with the Vince Lombardi Trophy, a 40-yard dash against NFL players on LED screens, and a Super Bowl rings display showcasing all 55 Super Bowl rings.

Tickets for Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s start at $20 and kids 12 and under can attend FREE every day. Tickets are on sale now at www.NFL.com/sbxonsale or in the NFL OnePass app. NO convenience fees will be applied to purchases on Ticketmaster. Fans can also purchase tickets at the Super Bowl Experience box office, located at the South Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center.

The NFL OnePass app is required for entry into Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s. For more information and a complete schedule of events for Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s visit SuperBowl.com and download the NFL OnePass app. Fans who download and register for the NFL OnePass app will also be entered for a chance to win a pair of tickets to Super Bowl LVI.

Fans who take Metro to the Los Angeles Convention Center will receive 50% off their general admission ticket (excluding the SBXtra fast pass) at the box office. Fans must show their TAP Pass at the box office to receive their discount. In addition, all military members and their families will also receive 50% off their General Admission tickets (excluding the SBXtra fast pass).

Fans will be required to comply with Covid-19 health and safety protocols to enter the Super Bowl Experience. Such protocols may change according to then-current public health guidance and applicable law. Protocol updates will be made available prior to the event. Fans should visit superbowl.com/fan-gameday-playbook for more information and updates prior to the event.

2022 Super Bowl Experience Tickets:

DATEADULTMETRO DISCOUNTKIDS 12 & UNDER
Saturday, February 5$20$10FREE
Sunday, February 6$20$10FREE
Thursday, February 10$40$20FREE
Friday, February 11$40$20FREE
Saturday, February 12$40$20FREE

 

SBXTRA Ticket$60 (for all ages)

*Please note that this is a cashless event, providing fans a safer and more hygienic environment.

SBXTRA
SBXTRA tickets include a general ticket to Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s which is required for entry into the event. SBXTRA allows fans priority access to their favorite Super Bowl Experience attractions ALL DAY beginning at the time slot that you purchased. Look for the SBXTRA sign at the following attractions:
• Autograph Stage (1 autograph for each SBXTRA purchase)
• Vince Lombardi Trophy (1 photo for each SBXTRA purchase)
• Interactive Games (unlimited access)

Super Bowl Experience Presented by Lowe’s Hours of Operation:

 

Saturday, February 512 PM – 10 PM
Sunday, February 610 AM – 8 PM
Monday, February 7CLOSED
Tuesday, February 8CLOSED
Wednesday, February 9CLOSED
Thursday, February 103 PM – 10 PM
Friday, February 113 PM – 10 PM
Saturday, February 1210 AM – 10 PM
Sunday, February 13CLOSED

(Times are local – Pacific Time – and are subject to change)

For more information on the event and updates on other Super Bowl LVI celebrations, fans may visit SuperBowl.com.

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Jaguars Deliver Victory in First Home Game of the Season

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (FNN Sports) – The Jacksonville Jaguars beat their AFC South rival Indianapolis Colts 24-0 in their first game at TIAA Bank Field this season. The Jags’ victory was the Colts’ eighth straight loss in Jacksonville.

The Jags scored the first touchdown of the game late in the first quarter, as QB Trevor Lawrence completed a ten yard pass to WR Christian Kirk in the rain, followed by K Riley Patterson’s extra point. That 68 yard drive started with an interception by S Rayshawn Jenkins, and featured a bold choice several plays later to “go for it” facing fourth down and three yards on the Colts’ 47 yard line. Lawrence delivered, completing an eight yard pass to WR Zay Jones to keep that drive alive. The Jags led the Colts 7-0 at the end of the first quarter.

Jaguars RB James Robinson had an impressive 37 yard touchdown run midway through the second quarter, followed by another Riley Patterson extra point, putting Jacksonville ahead 14-0. Riley Patterson added a 52 yard field goal shortly before halftime, extending the lead to 17-0.

Late in the third quarter, the Jags again went for it on fourth down with a yard to go, as Trevor Lawrence completed a short five yard pass to Christian Kirk, and Patterson added another extra point. The Jaguars ended the third quarter up 24-0.

In the fourth quarter, the Jaguars defense stole the show with interceptions by LB Devin Lloyd and FS Andre Cisco, each picking off passes by the Colts’ new QB Matt Ryan. The final score remained 24-0.

Trevor Lawrence finished with 235 yards and two touchdowns. James Robinson led the Jaguars rushing with 60 yards and a touchdown. Christian Kirk was the leading receiver with 78 yards and two touchdowns.

Indianapolis has lost eight straight games in Jacksonville dating back to their last win in 2014. The Colts were knocked out of the playoffs after they lost the final game of the 2021 season at TIAA Bank Field. No one on the Colts’ current roster has experienced a victory in Jacksonville while playing for Indianapolis.

Colts’ Head Coach Frank Reich and Jags’ Head Coach Doug Pederson were both part of the Philadelphia Eagles’ championship team five seasons ago. They greeted each other with big smiles and a warm handshake prior to kickoff.

Today’s attendance was 58,360. The Jaguars travel west to take on the Los Angeles Chargers at SoFi Stadium, Sunday, 9/25 at 4:05 p.m. Be sure to follow www.FloridaSportsChannel.com for more sports news.

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Tom Brady, Buccaneers Motivated by ‘Unfinished Business’

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FILE - Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady hands off to running back Leonard Fournette during an NFL football training camp practice Saturday, July 30, 2022, in Tampa, Fla. When Brady announced he was ending his brief retirement and returning to the NFL for a 23rd season, Fournette wasn’t caught off guard. Brady, who turned 45 a week into training camp, cited “unfinished business” as one of the reasons for changing his mind. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara, File)

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — When Tom Brady announced he was ending his brief retirement and returning to the NFL for a 23rd season, Leonard Fournette wasn’t caught off guard.

The Tampa Bay running back recalls having a conversation with the seven-time Super Bowl winner a few days after the team’s NFC divisional-round playoff loss to the Los Angeles Rams last January — a defeat that ended the Buccaneers’ bid to repeat as champions.

“I’m like ‘TB, we can’t go out like that.’ He agreed with me,” Fournette said.

“As a champion,” the sixth-year pro, who re-signed with the Bucs shortly after Brady unretired, added, “I knew he wouldn’t want to go out like that for his legacy.”

Brady, who turned 45 a week into training camp, cited “unfinished business” as one of the reasons for changing his mind.

Before taking an 11-day break from the team during the preseason for personal reasons, he shrugged off questions about his ability to defy the odds and continue to excel at his advancing age.

“I don’t think you can do anything without incredible support. This is not about me, it’s about all of the people that have supported me to get to this point and I’m very grateful,” Brady said. “I’m just super grateful to everybody who has played an important role, and you can’t take anything for granted.”

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SECOND CHANCE

Brady’s retirement/unretirement wasn’t the only development during a busy offseason. Todd Bowles begins his second stint as a head coach after being promoted from defensive coordinator to replace Bruce Arians, who retired and became a consultant to general manager Jason Licht. Bowles coached the New York Jets from 2015 to 2018.

 

NO EXCUSES

Brady led the NFL in completions, passing yards and touchdowns in 2021. Injuries and uncharacteristic mistakes during the loss to the Rams were factors in Tampa Bay failing to get back to the Super Bowl after setting a club record for regular-season victories with 13.

“I don’t think there’s any excuses. You either get the job done or you don’t. There’s only one team that is really happy at the end of the year, and it is the team that wins,” Brady said. “You have to come out the next year and do everything you can to put yourself in position.”

 

O-LINE WOES

Licht traded for former New England guard Shaq Mason to fill an opening created by losing Alex Cappa in free agency. There likely will be at least two other new starters playing in front of Brady after center Ryan Jensen suffered a knee injury on the second day of training camp and left guard Aaron Stinnie suffered a season-ending knee injury in the second preseason game. Young players will be counted on to step up, with second-year pro Robert Hainsey taking over at center and rookie Luke Goedeke and second-year pro Nick Leverett vying for the job at left guard.

“It’s not about experience, it’s about experience playing. Luke and Nick do a great job right now. They’re getting a lot of reps, so they’ve earned that right to compete for that spot,” Bowles said. “We don’t mind playing rookies. … It’s just a matter of them getting in-game experience.”

WELCOME ABOARD

The Bucs remain determined to surround Brady with everything he needs to win an eighth Super Bowl ring. That includes bringing in receivers Julio Jones and Russell Gage to bolster an already strong group of playmakers led by Fournette, Mike Evans and Chris Godwin. Veteran tight end Kyle Rudolph was signed after Rob Gronkowski announced his retirement, and ex-Bears defensive lineman Akiem Hicks was added to replace Ndamukong Suh.

Licht credits Brady, as well as the championship culture the Bucs have developed, for the success he’s had landing established players looking for an opportunity to play for a Super Bowl contender.

“I don’t think it’s a coincidence. I think in all those negotiations one of the top priorities that they had on their list was going to a team that they had a good chance of getting a ring. … It’s a very attractive (factor),” the general manager said. “I’m not saying we’re definitely going to win the Super Bowl. We have a long road to go here and short time to get there. We just all feel we’re on the same page and we have a good chance.”

EARLY TEST

Tampa Bay’s defense, which has been one of the best against the run over the past three years, will face three of the NFL’s top quarterbacks in the first four weeks of the season. Linebacker Shaquil Barrett welcomes the challenge.

“I’m looking forward to it. I’ve always loved playing against the best players in the league because it’s a chance to make your mark on the league,” Barrett said.

“I’m always trying to prove myself and trying to earn my keep in this league and on this team,” Barrett added. “Going against those guys and making plays against those guys will help me do that. And if I do that, it will help the team succeed, too.”

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Addition Financial, UCF Extend Naming Rights Agreement for Arena

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Addition Financial Arena on UCF's main campus. Photo via Trip Advisor.

ORLANDO, Fla. (FNN SPORTS) – UCF has extended its naming rights partnership with Addition Financial Credit Union for an additional dozen years—in the process continuing to identify Addition Financial Arena on the UCF campus as the Knights’ home for men’s and women’s basketball games and a variety of other events.

 

The new agreement is a 12-year, $20 million partnership that follows up the original naming rights pact signed by UCF and Additional Financial in 2013. The new deal takes effect Jan. 1, 2023.

 

The UCF Board of Trustees approved the name at its meeting this morning, and the full deal is expected to be approved Aug. 25 by the UCF Athletics Association.

 

“We’ve had a partnership with Addition Financial for nearly a decade, and we’re excited that Kevin Miller and the Addition Financial Board have agreed to extend our relationship for an additional 12 years,” says UCF vice president and athletics director Terry Mohajir. “This is a great new venture with outstanding community partners.

 

“Resources will be paramount as we transition into the Big 12 Conference a year from now, and Addition Financial will play a key role for us as we invest more resources to enhance our education and athletics missions!”

In 2013, Addition Financial was named the Official Financial Institution of the UCF Knights and is the exclusive credit union for UCF Athletics. Since that time, Addition Financial has partnered with UCF Athletics to provide scholarships, financial education workshops and other sponsorship support. Addition Financial is also the home of the official UCF Knights debit cards, with designs featuring the new Knight head and the Citronaut.

 

“Addition Financial is proud to continue our longstanding partnership with UCF Athletics and to align with Orlando’s hometown teams. Knight Nation has truly inspired us along their journey to the Big 12, and we look forward to embarking on that journey alongside them as we extend our partnership,” said Kevin Miller, Addition Financial president and CEO.

The 10,000-seat Addition Financial Arena has been home to the UCF men’s and women’s basketball programs since the start of their 2007-08 seasons. Located in the heart of Knights Plaza on the north side of campus, the state-of-the-art facility opened in the fall of 2007 and also hosts premiere concerts along with UCF commencement ceremonies.

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