Each day from now until Feb. 2, ESPNNewYork.com will take you inside the challenge of staging the most unpredictable NFL title game ever. There are 75 days to the Super Bowl.
The Huddle Shuttle may be coming to a town near you. The Super Bowl host committee has released its updated schedule for the mobile Super Bowl party, which is slated to make 10 stops before rolling into Times Square's Super Bowl Boulevard before the Feb. 2 game.
In case you missed it, we profiled the shuttle earlier.
Dec. 5 -- P.C. Richard & Son Patchogue Superstore (Patchogue, N.Y.)
Dec. 6 -- N.J. High School Championship at MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford, N.J.)
Dec. 19 -- Boonton, Boonton Township and Mountain Lakes Community Event at Mountain Lakes High School (Mountain Lakes, N.J.)
Dec. 30 -- Branchburg Sports Complex (Branchburg, N.J.)
Jan. 8 -- Frank R. Lautenberg Secaucus Junction Station (Secaucus, N.J.)
Jan. 9 -- Super Kids, Super Sharing, Essex County College (Newark, N.J.)
Jan. 11-- Special Olympics Event, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey (Galloway, N.J.)
Jan 15 -- P.C. Richard & Son Jersey City Superstore (Jersey City, N.J.)
Jan. 16 -- Super Kids – Super Sharing – Riverbank State Park (Manhattan)
Jan. 20 -- Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Harlem (Manhattan)
Jan. 29 to Feb. 1 -- Super Bowl Boulevard (Manhattan)
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