Super Bowl Staff Gets Practice In Removing Big-Time Snow

Super Bowl Staff Gets Practice In Removing Big-Time Snow
(East Rutherford, NJ) -- There's a lot of cleaning up to do at Metlife Stadium, a day after a huge snowstorm hit the site of this year's Super Bowl. NFL Executive Vice President Eric Grubman says if the Super Bowl were to be played today, it would be no problem.
Grubman says he just can't say if the game would be played if a storm like yesterday's were to hit eleven days from now, on Super Bowl Sunday.
NFL Executive Vice President Eric Grubman says he doesn't know what would have happened if a storm like yesterday's were to hit on Super Bowl Sunday.
Grubman says the game can be moved if atrocious weather were to hit.