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    Super Bowl ratings plummet as Who Dats strike back

    (Photo by David Grunfeld, | The Times-Picayune) By Mike Scott, | The Times-Picayune Mission accomplished, Who Dat Nation. New Orleans Saints fans wanted their voices to be heard after the blown call two weeks ago that cost their team a trip to Super Bowl LIII -- and after...
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    Saints fans threw a citywide Super Bowl boycott party and won Super Bowl Sunday

    Advocate Staff Photo By Jeff Nowak BY IAN MCNULTY AND NICK REIMANN | The Advocate While two other teams prepared to contend for the Lombardi Trophy in Atlanta, Saints faithful spent Super Bowl Sunday turning New Orleans into a rollicking display of solidarity with their team, mixing the...
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    Boycott Bowl helps Who Dats forget all about the other thing in Atlanta

    (Photo by David Grunfeld, | The Times-Picayune) By Doug MacCash, | Times-Picayune It was a good-natured example of anger management on a grand scale. By 5 p.m. Sunday (Feb. 3), the intersection of Fulton and Lafayette streets had become the center of a black and gold sea as...
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    Boycott Bowl, New Orleans’ anti-Super Bowl concert, is sold out

    By Doug MacCash, | Times-Picayune The Boycott Bowl, the Super Bowl protest concert on Sunday (Feb. 3), has sold out, according to event co-founder Travis Laurendine. He said more than 3,000 Who Dats have purchased general admission and VIP tickets to the concert on Fulton Street...
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    Boycott Bowl is coming to Fulton Street Feb. 3; here's how it came together

    Choppa performs at the halftime show at the NFC Championship game in New Orleans between the New Orleans Saints and the Los Angeles Rams at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on Sunday, January 20, 2019. Advocate Staff photo by CHRIS GRANGER By BY ALEX WOODWARD & KEVIN ALLMAN | Gambit New Orleans...
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