Super Bowl LI (that'd be 51) is, of course, set for this Sunday in Houston. And next year, it'll be played at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. But do you remember the last time the Big Game was held here in Minnesota?

Washington Redskins Kelly Goodburn, Super Bowl XXVI
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Well, you have to go back 25 years to January 26th, 1992, when Super Bowl XXVI (that'd be 26) was held at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome. The Redskins ended up beating the Bills in that game, 27-24.

I was a junior in college at UW-Eau Claire back then and remember watching the game on my roommate's tiny 13-inch TV. (We no doubt didn't have enough money to head out to a bar to watch it, I guess.)

What else was happening in 1992? Well, Colin Raye had the number-one country song on the charts back then, with the song "Love, Me." Other big songs were "Sticks and Stones" by Tracy Lawrence, "A Jukebox With a Country Song" by Doug Stone and Garth's "What She's Doing Now."

Harry Connick, Jr. sang the national anthem, and the big Super Bowl 26 Half Time show was called "Winter Magic" and featured former Olympic champions Brian Boitano and Dorothy Hamill skating along side a performance by Gloria Estefan. (It was a simpler time back then, well before the big name music stars started doing the half time shows we see today!)

And supermodel Cindy Crawford had the perhaps most talked-about commercial of Super Bowl 26-- her classic Pepsi ad. Remember this one?

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