Bob Schieffer — American Journalist born on February 25, 1937,

Bob Lloyd Schieffer is an American television journalist who has been with CBS News from 1969 until his retirement in 2015, serving as anchor on the Saturday edition of CBS Evening News for 23 years, from 1973 to 1996, as well as chief Washington correspondent from 1982 until 2015 and moderator of the Sunday public affairs show Face the Nation from 1991 until May 31, 2015. From March 2005 to August 31, 2006, Schieffer was interim weekday anchor of the CBS Evening News and was subsequently one of the primary substitutes for Katie Couric and Scott Pelley... (wikipedia)

The truth is the Super Bowl long ago became more than just a football game. It's part of our culture like turkey at Thanksgiving and lights at Christmas, and like those holidays beyond their meaning, a factor in our economy.
It's getting the right person that's the challenge.
But if you don't enjoy doing something, you'll be miserable no matter how much money you make.
At the White House, everybody works for the same person. They're all part of the same company. But on Capitol Hill, they're all independent contractors. They all work for themselves. That's a formula for getting news.
And I came away from that experience, and it was a very difficult experience - I came to understand that you have to practice at being a good father and practice at being a good husband, just as you have to practice at being a good journalist.