Super Bowl 2012: 5 Things We Learned from This Year's Super Bowl

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Super Bowl 2012: 5 Things We Learned from This Year's Super Bowl
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This year, 111.3 million people in America watched the Super Bowl, meaning it has set a record for three consecutive years for most viewers. 

And, as usual, the Super Bowl made it worth it; it was a game that came down to the last three minutes, which is what the audience asks for. Yet, also per usual, we always learn much more than just the final score at the end of the game. 

There are the games within the games that, for true fans, mean just as much as the actual champion. 

Questions that arise far from simply "who will win?" Questions like, what will a victory mean to Eli Manning's legacy? Or, for that matter, would a victory for Bill Belichick and Tom Brady cement their status as the best coach/quarterback duo of all time?

Here are those five little, less-noticed things that we learned from this year's Super Bowl. 

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