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Super Bowl by the numbers: Attendance falls short of record

By Jenni Carlson Modified: February 6, 2011 at 11:06 pm •  Published: February 6, 2011
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BY THE NUMBERS

103,219: Attendance for Super Bowl XLV, falling short of the record of 103,985 set at Super Bowl XVII between the Steelers and Rams.


1,250: Fans displaced by incomplete installation of temporary seats in four mid-level sections. About 850 were relocated to other seats while the other 400 were allowed to watch the game in other parts of the stadium.

11: Packers who scored touchdowns in the playoffs, breaking the NFL record for a single postseason when safety Nick Collins and receiver Greg Jennings scored in the first half.

3: The turnover differential, which went in Green Bay's favor.

1: Sack for the Packers, but it was a big one. The sack forced the Steelers to attempt a 52-yard field goal, which went badly wide left.


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