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A Super Bowl to remember

A GRIP ON SPORTS

This Super Bowl had everything. It was a rout, than it wasn't. There were big plays on offense, big plays on defense and a fourth-quarter call that really ticked off Jim Harbaugh – though, to be fair, the 49ers' Harbaugh seems like a guy who gets ticked off if McDonald's leaves a pickle on his burger. There were expected stars and unexpected standouts. Heck, even the halftime show was dramatic. But there was more. Read on.

Zag notes

I touched on a variety of subjects — the Super Bowl, GU’s defense, a health update and how closely the Bulldogs follow the national rankings — in a notebook i just filed for Tuesday’s S-R.

Read on for the unedited version.

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