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Meet the groundskeeper who has worked every Super Bowl

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George Toma, 92, is an NFL groundskeeper who has worked at every Super Bowl dating back to the first one played in 1967. Nicknamed “The Sodfather,” Toma explains what makes a good field, what it takes to get a field ready for the Super Bowl and why the pandemic can’t stop him from working.