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The guy who invented "Crotchgate" became the "King of Pop." His sister, Janet was involved in the halftime "wardrobe malfunction" in Super Bowl XXXVIII between the New England Patriots and the Carolina Panthers. The Patriots won, 32-29 in one of the more exciting games in history.

Wikipedia:
YouTube co-founder Jawed Karim claims that this incident was what led to the creation of YouTube. The incident also made "Janet Jackson" the most searched term, event and image in Internet history, as well as the most searched person and term of the year 2004 and also for the following year. The incident also broke the record for "most searched event over one day". Jackson was later listed in the 2007 edition of Guinness World Records as "Most Searched in Internet History" and the "Most Searched for News Item". It became the most watched, recorded and replayed television moment in TiVo history and "enticed an estimated 35,000 new [TiVo] subscribers to sign up". The incident also coined the phrase "wardrobe malfunction", which was later added to the dictionary.

Marshawn must have been studying in the library instead of watching Super Bowl XXXVIII. This was so he could attend the most difficult university in the country, the University of California at Berkeley.

If Marshawn thinks his antics even reach the NFL radar screen, he is sadly mistaken.


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