Football Fans Pack Rivers Casino To Bet On Super Bowl LIIIYou would be hard pressed to find a bigger Super Bowl LIII party in Pittsburgh than the one at Rivers Casino.
Buffalo Wild Wings To Give Away Free Wings If Super Bowl Goes Into OvertimeIf the Super Bowl goes into overtime, Buffalo Wild Wings will give away free wings.
Pittsburghers Line Up For Rivers Casino's First Super Bowl With SportsbookThis weekend, for the first time ever, Pittsburghers can legally bet on the Super Bowl at Rivers Casino.
'The World's Best' Coming To CBS Following Super Bowl LIII'The World's Best' comes to CBS this Sunday, February 3rd immediately following Super Bowl LIII.
'Let's Stop All The Bull****' Steelers Wide Receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster Wants Antonio Brown BackWhile Super Bowl preparations are underway in Atlanta, Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster is asking for his teammate to return to the team next season.
Vote For The Funniest Super Bowl Commercial Of All-TimeThe Super Bowl is this coming weekend, and while the game is always interesting, many people tune in just for the commercials.
Jim Nantz & Tony Romo Share Their Favorite Super Bowl MemoriesThere have been many incredible Super Bowl moments. Nantz and Romo reflect on their favorites.
Former Penn Hills, Pitt Star Aaron Donald Heading To Super Bowl With RamsFormer Penn Hills and Pitt star Aaron Donald is heading to the Super Bowl.
Maroon 5 Will Perform At Halftime At Super Bowl, Along With Big Boi, Travis ScottThe NFL ended months of speculation on Sunday by officially announcing Maroon 5, Big Boi and Travis Scott as the performers at this year's Super Bowl halftime show.
Report: Rihanna Turns Down Super Bowl Halftime Show In Support Of KaepernickSinger Rihanna reportedly turned down the Super Bowl halftime show to support former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
Cops: Home Of Patriots' Gronkowski Robbed During Super Bowl WeekPolice say the home of New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski was robbed while he was away at the Super Bowl.
Nielsen Says 103.4 Million Watched Super Bowl, Lowest Since 2009An estimated 103.4 million people watched the Philadelphia Eagles beat the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl.