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Football's big day goes over big online

The Super Bowl is just as super online as it is on television, as seen in the range of sites covering the showdown and the number of companies advertising on them.

Football's biggest day goes big online The Super Bowl is just as super online as it is on television, as seen in the range of sites covering football's biggest day and the number of companies shelling out big bucks to advertise on them. Chip giant Intel, however, backpedaled from its commitment to advertise during Sunday's showdown.

Sites gear up for Super Bowl blitz
As Net users' enthusiasm for this Sunday's NFL championship crests, programming differences among the leading sports sites are coming into focus.

Online recruiters kick off Super Bowl ads
The spots are pricey, but some job sites find it hard to ignore their wide reception. Others are taking a pass on TV, but are placing ads on Bowl-oriented Web sites.

Intel sacks Super Bowl ads
update Less than a week before kickoff, Intel yanks the Pentium III ads, even though the network says the company is still on the hook for air time.