"I think it would be great,” said Colts Fan Ty Satterfield.
Whether it was walking down Georgia Street, or gliding high above the pavement on the zipline, fans are still raving about Indianapolis' ability to host a Super Bowl. So much so, the zipline will be part of the big game for years to come.
"The NFL has even sent it out to future potential host cities to take a look at the Indianapolis model when they are considering making their own bids,” said Mayor Ballard’s Spokesman Marc Lotter. “That is good, it is a good feather in the city's cap."
Another feather would be the city's ability to host a Super Bowl for a second time.
"We have been talking about the Super Bowl and possibly bidding for another Super Bowl ever since the final gun sounded on Super Bowl 46," said Lotter.
The announcement outlining the details of this potential pitch could come as early as this week. If Indy is to play host once again, hotel space could be a sticking point, though.
Colts owner Jim Irsay tweeted:
"The one deficiency to overcome is downtown hotel space…it has improved but still is shortcoming in bid efforts for 2nd opportunity."
It's a comment Irsay said he heard from an NFL official.
A step in the right direction are new hotels, like the Alexander in the Cityway neighborhood, adding more space for out-of-town visitors.
"By us adding another 209 rooms, it gives us the opportunity to be looked at the Super Bowl, obviously the NCAA Final Four,” said Alexander Hotel General Manager Michael Moros, “larger conventions, so we are very excited to be a part of that."
Super Bowl officials said they are always looking at ways to make Indy more attractive to big events, like the Super Bowl. Fans, like Susan Young, are just looking forward to the next time the game comes to town.
"Everyone seemed to have a really good time and it was very well organized,” said Susan Young. “I think that was important, I think it would be a great idea."