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Golden Nuggets: Celebrating The 1981 Super Bowl Champions

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I'm back covering the Nuggets for James who was attending the Super Bowl under the Stars at the 49ers facility in Santa Clara. The 49ers are celebrating the 30th anniversary of the 1981 Super Bowl championship team. I was only 2 1/2 when the 49ers won that first Super Bowl two weeks after The Catch. Take a minute to check out howtheyscored's write-up of the 1981 season.

Is there anybody here who distinctly remembers that Super Bowl? We seem to have a fairly young crowd visiting Niners Nation. We have some older folks but not nearly as many as I would otherwise expect. I'm tempted to run a demographic type of poll to get a better idea of how old people are here at the site. In fact, just for the heck of it I'm adding a rare poll to the Nuggets to see what kind of age ranges we've got here. We'll do something a little more formal down the road. On to the links.

49ers Notebook: Lawson discusses his future (Maiocco)

49ers' Spikes: Players won't be bullied into signing agreement (Barrows)

Of lockouts, stadiums and nickelbacks (SF Gate)

Rookie still waiting to audition as labor issues drag on (Mercury News)

49ers glory revisited under the stars (NBC)

NFL owners, players make significant progress in labor talks (

Post-lockout success for Pack, Pats; 49ers, Titans will struggle (

49ers rookies trying to learn on the fly during NFL labor strife (Mercury News)

Yesterday on Niners Nation

Golden Nuggets: Nothing But A Tease | Ninjames
2011 NFL Lockout: Summary Of Proposal Voted On By Owners | smileyman
NFL Lockout Weekend Thread: This Tweet Says It All | Fooch
Patrick Willis & Takeo Spikes: Your Dynamico Duo | Fooch
49ers Single Game Tickets Go On Sale - Looking At A Niners Nation Day At Candlestick | Fooch
NN NFL Tournament of Badness Elite Eight: Dallas Cowboys, America's Team and The Prevent Defense | Ninjames
2011 NCAA Football: A Preview of the SEC (Part 2 of 2) | Drew K

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