One year after Indiana hosted its first Super Bowl, the state has quieted but learned a few lessons


Large crowds make their way along Georgia Street in downtown Indianapolis last year during Super Bowl activities. FILE PHOTO

Super Bowl weekend looks a lot different this time around than it did a year ago.

The celebrity parties and limousines have migrated south to New Orleans. Gone are the ziplines, the NFL Experience and the nightly concerts by LMFAO and Bret Michaels that took over Indianapolis.

For a vast majority of central Indiana, the Super Bowl is just another football game again.

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