And the MVP of Super Bowl XLIII Is...

Pro Football NYCSenior Writer IJanuary 29, 2009

Bruce Springsteen

In a game between two small market teams, the NFL lucked out by having America's biggest rock star as the halftime attraction.

I believe the game will be a close one and gamblers will be betting on everything from the coin toss to the attendance. Everything is in play.

But there is one certainty: Bruce will put on a whale of a show.

His set list is definitely at least four songs, will go at least 12 minutes and will include Born to Run.  The rest is still a big secret, but I have heard that he may do five songs: Born to Run, Glory Days, Working On A Dream, Badlands, and Hungry Heart.

Enjoy the game.

 

 

 

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