"For it to come down to a play like that, I hate that we have to live with that... because we did everything right to win the football game." — Seattle Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll, on the decision not to run the ball from the 1-yard-line, contributing to the team's Super Bowl loss.
"It's a shame there aren't any commercials for antidepressants because these commercials make me want some." — Super Bowl viewer Jon Early, on the mood created by ads that focused on domestic abuse and fatal childhood accidents.
"His excitement is tempered and restrained and will be until those guys are free... He won't give up until Baher (Mohammed) and Mohammed (Fahmy) are out of there." — Andrew Greste, the brother of Al-Jazeera journalist Peter Greste, who was released from an Egyptian prison after serving a year on charges related to coverage of the violent crackdown that followed the overthrow of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi. Greste's two colleagues remain in prison.