Super Bowl urban legends revealed

Published On: Feb 02 2012 11:59:03 AM EST   Updated On: Jan 02 2015 03:28:18 PM EST

The Super Bowl has gathered its share of tall tales and urban legends throughout the years. Which ones are true, and which ones are as authentic as the tooth fairy?

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Answer: False. Salt Lake City experienced a significant problem with its water system on Super Bowl Sunday in 1984, and the legend grew. But it is believed the problem was not related to the Super Bowl, and no other evidence to support the myth has been found.


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