Wearing a Le Sean Mc Coy jersey, the 23-year-old Eagles fan was among the few discernible Birds supporters in this frigid, yet somehow still alive, downtown, the host of Sunday’s Super Bowl.
Knollmaier stuck out like a sore, midnight-green thumb Sunday afternoon while milling around in a sea of purple.
But people here still appreciate the gravity of hosting the Super Bowl.
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The Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis is outfitted with “Super Bowl Live,” a week-and-a-half-long public festival that features concerts, ice sculptures, and other fan attractions. Paul, the annual “Winter Carnival” is attracting visitors, particularly at night when a massive, 70-foot-tall “ice palace” lights up.
And Hennepin Avenue in Minneapolis, named after Franciscan missionary and explorer Father Louis Hennepin, is dotted with hip bars and restaurants and feels a bit like a mix of Broad Street and South Street.
He hopes hosting the Super Bowl can help correct any misconceptions.
“We’re ready to make a great first impression,” said Dayton, 37.