How to feed your family at halftime for a quarter

There are a lot of ifs involved in Super Bowl XLIII. But here’s one of the biggest ifs of all.

If the opening kickoff of Super Bowl XLIII is returned for a touchdown — the way Chicago’s Devin Hester did two years ago — then anyone who registers at before 6 p.m. ET on Sunday will be able to buy a large, one-topping Papa John’s pizza for 25 cents.

Twenty five cents doesn’t go very far in this world anymore, other than to maybe get 30 minutes on a parking meter. But if Pittsburgh’s Gary Russell, or Arizona’s J.J. Arrington or Steve Breaston returns the opening kickoff for a touchdown on Sunday, pizza goes on sale in the biggest bargain of Super Bowl Sunday.

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