Super Bowl XLVI will be remembered for a lot of things -- from the second win for Eli Manning and Tom Coughlin to the Manningham catch -- but one thing that many are talking about is how great the city of Indianapolis was for those who had to cover the event. The day after the Super Bowl, many sportswriters were buzzing about the tremendous job the city did in hosting a sporting event of this magnitude. Check out the tremendous feedback via Twitter.
Jeff Darlington of NFL.com writes, "I'm convinced all Indy citizens were required to attain a 4-year degree in "How to be Nice" before being allowed into the city. Refreshing."
ESPN's Adam Schefter says, "Every NFL official and media person I spoke with agreed Indianapolis should become a regular part of Super-Bowl rotation. Super job, Indy."
Will Brinson of CBS Sports writes, "Even the security guards at the Indy airport are super friendly with their pat downs"
Andrew Brandt of the National Football Post posted, "Indy was great, with a major assist from Mother Nature. Humble, Midwestern kindness on display. "Have a Super day!"
Judy Battista of the New York Times wrote, "Heading home...take a bow, Indy. You were spectacular hosts. Hope the game is back here soon."
Perhaps the Indianapolis gig wasn't a one time thing after all.