- The New York Giants
- The Chicago Bears
- The Philadelphia Cardinals
- The Denver Nuggets
- The Brooklyn Daily Eagles
- The Detroit Wolpertingers
- The Albany Diamond Dogs
- The The
- The Toledo Ohios of Ohio
- The Dallas North Bobcats
- The Oklahoma City Interurban Transit
- The Seattle Opossums
- The Toledo Ohios of Kentucky
- The Mid-Atlantic States Savings Bank
- The Miami Dolphins
- The Boise Tumble
- The Human Metabolic Pathways
- The St Louis St Pauls
- The Los Angeles Mangroves
- The Tonawanda Kardex
Reference: Shakespeare’s Kings: The Great Plays and the History of England in the Middle Ages, 1337-1485, John Julius Norwich.
(Personal note, the Human Metabolic Pathways is my favorite Kraftwerk tribute band.)
- After three overtimes the game will be settled by a fifteen-word spelling bee.
- A regulation field is 120 yards in length, 53 and 1/3d yards in width, and 1.16 light-seconds in height, extending six feet, two inches below the surface of the ground.
- Any kind of zebra, whether talking or not, is specifically prohibited from playing in the Super Bowl.
- Team uniforms are not allowed to be chroma-key green.
- The zebra’s also prohibited from the Pro Bowl, Conference Championships, and the Divisional Rounds.
- No licking the ball after the two-minute warning.
- Yes, a zebra is allowed to play in the wild-card round, but only as a field goal kicker.
- All players must exist in no fewer than three dimensions of space and one of time.
- If by some chance the offensive team gets to a 7th Down that’s automatically one point.
- It’s a 20-yard penalty and loss of possession for four or more players on the offensive team to blep their tongues out simultaneously while behind the line of scrimmage.
- No player is allowed to wear his helmet either backwards or on either foot during the game. (However, this rule has never been enforced at the professional level.)
- It’s prohibited to use the player’s bench as a workbench for light carpentry projects.
Source: The Kaiser’s Merchant Ships in World War I, William Lowell Putnam.
- Super Bowl 1
- Super Bowl 2
- Super Bowl 3
- Super Bowl 4
- Super Bowl 9
- Super Bowl 50
- Super Bowl 5
- Super Bowl 6
- Super Bowl 7
- Super Bowl 8
- Super Bowl 10
- Super Bowl 11
- Super Bowl 12
- Super Bowl 13
- Super Bowl 14
- Super Bowl 19
- Super Bowl 40
- Super Bowl 41
- Super Bowl 42
- Super Bowl 43
- Super Bowl 44
- Super Bowl 49
- Super Bowl 45
- Super Bowl 46
- Super Bowl 47
- Super Bowl 48
- Super Bowl 15
- Super Bowl 16
- Super Bowl 17
- Super Bowl 18
- Super Bowl 20
- Super Bowl 21
- Super Bowl 22
- Super Bowl 23
- Super Bowl 24
- Super Bowl 29
- Super Bowl 25
- Super Bowl 26
- Super Bowl 27
- Super Bowl 28
- Super Bowl 30
- Super Bowl 31
- Super Bowl 32
- Super Bowl 33
- Super Bowl 34
- Super Bowl 39
- Super Bowl 35
- Super Bowl 36
- Super Bowl 37
- Super Bowl 38
Not included, Super Bowls 51 through their sad little finale when a lack of interest forces the cancellation of Super Bowl 58.
| If current trends continue, then in the year …
|| … there will have been as many Splendid Bowls as there are or were:
|| Faces and vertices of the medial rhombic triacontahedron
|| Days in January and February (non-bissextile years)
|| Minimum number of games in the National Hockey League postseason (per rules in effect for 2015)
|| Days in January and February (leap years)
|| Counties in New York State
|| Years between a Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania groundhog’s first being recorded to predict the weather and the predictive groundhog’s receiving the name “Phil” 
|| Secretaries of State of the United States (as of 2015)
|| Inches of height of Michael Jordan
|| Games in a regular National Basketball Association season (as of 2015)
|| Episodes of the original Star Trek
|| International Astronomical Union-recognized constellations
|| Maximum number of games in the National Hockey League postseason (per rules in effect for 2015)
|| Recipients of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (as of January 2015)
|| Days in the year
|| Species of Pokemon revealed as of 2015
|| Elements of the sporadic Mathieu group M11
1: Wikipedia’s description is very breezy and chatty, causing me to doubt that the topic has been the subject of credible historical inquiry.