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February 5, 2012, I spent the day at a sports bar for almost five hours trying to discern
what attracted so many to the event known as “Super Bowl Sunday?”  In some ways
this article is a tribute to a late colleague, Dr. Walter Dozier, who was both a professional
 journalist and anthropologist, specializing in—you guessed it, the anthropology of sports

When you’re told that each company that had an ad played during Sunday’s Super Bowl
game paid $3...

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