Lockout could be costly for Indianapolis
INDIANAPLOLIS -- Unlike the NFL and its players, the Super Bowl host committee can't afford to stop the clock.
The countdown was set to hit 337 days Friday night, and the clock in Indianapolis will continue to run no matter what happens in collective bargaining negotiations.
"We absolutely mean what we've been saying and that is we believe common sense will prevail," 2012 host committee chairman Mark Miles said Friday. "If there is a lockout or any other scenario, we're going to try ...
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