In Like Flynn

Reilly, Rick
February 2002
Sports Illustrated;2/11/2002, Vol. 96 Issue 6, p108
Reports on the way Dion Rich sneaked into Super Bowl XXXVI in New Orleans, Louisiana, without a ticket. Other Super Bowls and sporting events Rich has gotten into without a ticket; Difficulty of getting into the 2002 Super Bowl because of tightened security.


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