Super Bowl in Tampa creates 'craziness' outside, inside
They arrived in Orlando on Friday and drove 90 minutes to Tampa the following day to “check out the scene” and grab dinner. “The cardboard fans actually make it look like it’s full,” said Tampa native and longtime Bucs season-ticket holder Matt Geer. Tampa Mayor Jane Castor issued an executive order last month requiring masks to be worn outside in the city’s most popular entertainment and recreation areas during Super Bowl festivities and the days following the event. It was his first Super Bowl since 1969 in Miami. Goodman’s oldest son, Lee, fell in love with the Buccaneers while playing video games and wanting nothing more than to see them in the Super Bowl for the first time in 18 years.