"Bold North" was the tagline used for Super Bowl LII recognizing that Minnesota is a cold place, but the people here show pride in that. In this week's Up North, we take a look at some of the memories the "Bold North" provided.
Hard-hitting linebackers Ray Lewis and Brian Urlacher and big-play receiver Randy Moss all made the Pro Football Hall of Fame on their first try, while controversial receiver Terrell Owens got in on his third time on the ballot.
Fans at the Super Bowl Experience could test their own football skills, see memorabilia and get autographs from players. Some there were from out of town, others took the day off school to take it all in.
With Super Bowl LII just days away, more than 5,000 media members from around the world are in Minnesota covering the big game. But the Super Bowl experience isn't just for the fans of the game, it also gives reporters and journalists the opportunity to research local traditions they normally wouldn't cover.