The Super Bowl hosted by the City of Indianapolis was by nearly all accounts a rousing success in 2012.
Now, the Indianapolis Star reports that the city best known for hosting the country's most famous open-wheel race will toss its hat into the ring to host the NFL's championship game in 2018.
“We raised the bar in Super Bowl 2012,” Indiana governor Mike Pence said Thursday at a news conference at Lucas Oil Stadium. “We’re going to do it again.”
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