NFL to investigate Super Bowl crashers
Two Savannah State University students found their way into Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans, and they captured it on video. Now, the NFL says they will investigate the incident.
"NFL security is conducting a review and following up with the appropriate authorities in New Orleans," spokesman Greg Aiello said in a statement to USA Today.
The video is pretty astounding, in that it seemed so easy for them to gain access. Basically, they just walked past people and pretended they knew where they were going -- and, at times, acted as if they had a job to do.
The students claim that they will be releasing a full-length documentary of the exploit, but you can check out the teaser below.
(Video courtesy of YouTube)
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