Officials at MetLife Stadium used Tuesday's winter storm as a dry run ahead of Super Bowl XLVIII, now just a little over a week away. With 80,000 people expected to flood in for the big game, removing snow is a top priority. The latest storm put the preparedness plan to the test. Crews have been clearing the field and seats. They say if the Super Bowl had been scheduled today, it would have been...

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