The NFL is in an uproar after on-line video giant YouTube allowed users to not only view but download Sunday's game complete with halftime show, Bud Lite commercials and MVP awards BEFORE the game was even played. One unnamed YouTube surfer said,
"That's pretty awesome how YouTube did that. I can't wait to see the game again when the Colts and Bears perform it live."
When asked who won the game the viewer refused to comment, saying he didn't want to "give away the ending" but did promise that there would definitely be a few surprises including Prince's outrageous but entertaining halftime extravaganza.
Google, owner of YouTube was forced to immediately remove the Super Bowl XLI video from the system after over 1000 viewers watched the game. YouTube's technologist in charge said,
"We can't say where we got the video especially since the game's not been played yet and we're in trouble enough as it is but we've received more bizarre stuff in the past .. more bizzare than Dancing Baby Beyonce even."
FOX network thanked YouTube for deleting the video from it's database and publicly asked the lucky 1000 who actually watched the video to not give away the ending until AFTER the game has been played Super Sunday. Shawn Jenkins of FOX said,
"We're not threatening major legal action against those folks who downloaded the Super Bowl but come on now .. we paid the NFL 2 billion dollars to broadcast this thing .. ON FOX, not Google or somebody's Windows Media player."
YouTube denies rumors that they have a copy of the final Episode of American Idol, scheduled to air sometime later this year.