Found January 31, 2012 on Busted Coverage:
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You guys have no idea the ball breaking we’ve gone through to get some stupid credential to be amongst the Super Bowl media starting tomorrow morning. Seriously, busting our balls. Phone calls for days. And days. Credential to Bill Belichick’s presser? In our dreams. No f-ing chance. Dream on. And then we see this shot from USA Today’s @RobertKlemko. Some little girl gets a front-row seat? And she has a credential? Of course this cannot stand. Let’s get rolling!


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