You might be surprised to find out that there's a link between Ohio and the Super Bowl.
The footballs used in the game are made at the Wilson Football factory in Ada, Ohio. Since 1941,every NFL game ball that's appeared in the Super Bowl has been made at the factory.
Molly Wallace, director of corporate communications, says it takes a team to make the hand-made footballs for the Super Bowl.
"The end result is, when we inspect the football for the NFL, it has to perfect each and every time. If a quarterback touches a football or the receiver catches one, it has to feel the same each and every time," said Wallace.
Wallace says they started working on the footballs as soon as the last game ends to determine the NFC and AFC Championships before the Super Bowl.
"...because on the footballs, we have to have the team, date and the location of the Super Bowl. So, for us, it's a huge moment for us to find out who those two teams are and to start producing footballs," said Wallace.
Some factory workers will travel to New Orleans during the Super Bowl and will set-up a small part of the factory on site to show residents and visitors how the footballs are made.
On the web: www.wilson.com