Bay Area May Get Super Bowl 50 By Default
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (CBS SF) – The future of holding Super Bowl L (50) in South Florida appeared “dead” Friday when the Florida Legislature adjourned for their current session after failing to take up a state funding bill for the renovation of the 30-year-old Sun Life Stadium, home to the Miami Dolphins.
That means the San Francisco 49ers’ competing bid to hold the Super Bowl in the Bay Area at their new Santa Clara stadium appears to be the only viable option now on the table for the NFL. The state-of-the-art $1 billion stadium now under construction is the centerpiece of the Bay Area’s bid to the NFL.
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