The 2014 Superbowl being held at the Metlife open air stadium in Rutherford, New Jersey, may be the first Superbowl in history to move either date or time of the game. The reason is the uncertain frigid weather that has plagued the area this winter season. National Football League V.P., Eric Grubman, said it would take 24 hours of preparation to move the game time, 48 hours to move the game day, and 18 hours to clean the snow out of the stadium. Everything is dependent on the weather and storms are expected.
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