We'd take a photo of the ESPN campus to show you just how hard we've been hit by this year's never-ending snow-pocalypse, but it'd be the same as any other photo of northern America this February: white, featureless and infinite. Texas hasn't been quite as devastated by the weather, but it's still cold enough that the Packers (!) are moving practice indoors, which is insane considering that they come from a land which inspired the term "frozen tundra."
Fortunately, it's going to be about 60 degrees and sunny for the Super Bowl on Sunday. Even more fortunately, Cowboys Stadium has a retractable roof. That won't be the case if New Meadowlands Stadium gets chosen to host Super Bowl XLVIII -- can you imagine a Super Bowl actually played in the snow?