Maybe I'm just not enough of a Super Bowl watcher, but here I hear all this about the first time an African American head coach leads an NFL team into the Super Bowl -- not once, but two times over -- and yet as I watch this game, I wonder where the camera shots of the coaches are.
You'd think these players were just going on their own.
I can remember games of yore, seeing Landry and Ditka and Parcells and all those other coaches running teams at Super Bowls.
So where are Tony Dungy and Lovie Smith?
Is CBS afraid of showing America the coaches of this game? What's up, CBS?
2nd Quarter Update: Okay, so they finally mentioned Dungy and Smith. They even gave them each about a second of screen time. No talk about game plans, though. Or game strategy.
I haven't watched the Super Bowl in a few years, except for occasional check-ins on the commercials. But has the game changed so much that coaches just don't matter any more?
4th Quarter update: The coaches have arrived. Or at least Tony Dungy has arrived.
Wow, even a little bio close-up!