No, Ron Mexico did not attempt to fly into Miami for tomorrow’s big game. But a company from Ellabell, Ga., just outside of Savannah, was in charge of laying the sod for the Super Bowl.
Most people who watch Super Bowl XLI Sunday will keep their eyes trained on the football, the players or the cheerleaders.
Todd Godwin wants you to notice the grass.
Godwin, owner of Ellabell-based Precision Golf, was responsible for laying the sod at Dolphins Stadium in Miami. He, along with six of his workers, traveled to Miami and worked from about 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. for five days, laying the Princess 77 Bermudagrass sod. His team worked alongside a group from the NFL, and when everything was done “it looked magnificent,” Godwin said.