Hank Adams, the CEO of Sportvision, holds displays of the company's technologies including the 1st & Ten line Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2005, in Chicago. That little yellow line will be front and center Sunday telling millions of fans who tune into the Super Bowl just how far the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles have to travel to make a first down.
Hank Adams, the CEO of Sportvision, holds displays of the company's technologies including the 1st & Ten line Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2005, in Chicago. That little yellow line will be front and center Sunday telling millions of fans who tune into the Super Bowl just how far the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles have to travel to make a first down. NAM Y. HUH AP
Hank Adams, the CEO of Sportvision, holds displays of the company's technologies including the 1st & Ten line Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2005, in Chicago. That little yellow line will be front and center Sunday telling millions of fans who tune into the Super Bowl just how far the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles have to travel to make a first down. NAM Y. HUH AP

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