Football fans who love the Super Bowl and hate Monday morning hangovers could have their wish for the game to be moved to Saturday granted. But it’s all in the hands of mother nature.

Next year’s game will be played outdoors in New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium on Sunday, February 2nd. But the NFL is discussing contingency plans in case Winter decides to wallop the area with a nor’easter, the likes of which was seen last weekend. Depending on when such a storm would arrive, the game could be pushed up a day to Saturday, making everyone planning to watch at home very happy, and probably very drunk since they wouldn’t have to work the next day.

However, a big storm could also potentially reschedule the game for later in the week. Of course, making any schedule change would mess up travel plans for anyone planning to attend the game. (Yahoo)

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