When was Super Bowl 43?

February 16, 2019 Off By idswater

When was Super Bowl 43?

February 1, 2009
Super Bowl XLIII/Start dates

What was the score of Super Bowl XLIII?

Super Bowl XLIII was the game played between the National Football Conference champion Arizona Cardinals and American Football Conference Pittsburgh Steelers. The Steelers defeated the Cardinals by the score of 27–23. The game was played on February 1, 2009, at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.

Who was the host of Super Bowl XLIII?

Super Bowl XLIII was the second Super Bowl at this venue and the fourth overall in that city. In February 2008, the Tampa Bay Super Bowl Host Committee unveiled the Super Bowl XLIII logo, featuring an abstract representation of a football stadium, with blue and green colors representing the regional waterways and landscapes of Tampa Bay.

How many times have the San Francisco 49ers won the Super Bowl?

The San Francisco 49ers won two consecutive Super Bowls ( XXIII and XXIV ); the following season they were eliminated in the NFC Championship Game, two wins short of a three-peat, by the eventual Super Bowl XXV champion New York Giants. Three franchises have lost consecutive Super Bowls:

When was the last time the Super Bowl was interrupted?

On February 1, 2009 during Super Bowl XLIII, Comcast’s transmission of NBC affiliate KVOA (channel 4) in Tucson, Arizona was interrupted for approximately 20 seconds replacing the telecast of the game via NBC (which was not owned by Comcast at the time) with soft-core porn from the adult pay-per-view channel Shorteez.

Super Bowl XLIII was the game played between the National Football Conference champion Arizona Cardinals and American Football Conference Pittsburgh Steelers. The Steelers defeated the Cardinals by the score of 27–23. The game was played on February 1, 2009, at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.

Super Bowl XLIII was the second Super Bowl at this venue and the fourth overall in that city. In February 2008, the Tampa Bay Super Bowl Host Committee unveiled the Super Bowl XLIII logo, featuring an abstract representation of a football stadium, with blue and green colors representing the regional waterways and landscapes of Tampa Bay.

On February 1, 2009 during Super Bowl XLIII, Comcast’s transmission of NBC affiliate KVOA (channel 4) in Tucson, Arizona was interrupted for approximately 20 seconds replacing the telecast of the game via NBC (which was not owned by Comcast at the time) with soft-core porn from the adult pay-per-view channel Shorteez.

Who was the Steelers defensive end in Super Bowl XLIII?

The Steelers excelled on defense and led the NFL in fewest points (13.9) and yards (237.2) allowed per game, while also ranking second in sacks with 51. Up front, their line was anchored by defensive end Aaron Smith, who recorded 60 tackles and six sacks.