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High five: Omaha! Greenspan! What?

Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton arrives for Super Bowl opening night on Monday, Feb. 1, 2016, in San Jose.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton arrives for Super Bowl opening night on Monday, Feb. 1, 2016, in San Jose. The Associated Press

Takeaways from Monday’s Super Bowl opening night at the SAP Center in San Jose

▪ People will pay $30 for anything.

▪ Alan Greenspan is from Omaha, the largest city in Nebraska.

▪ The game of football could have been better served if the NFL Network showed three episodes of “Lost Treasures” instead.

▪ The Seahawks’ Marshawn Lynch only would have been there so he wouldn’t be fined.

▪ The late Vince Lombardi almost certainly would have asked “What the hell’s going on out here?”

Jeff Caraska

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