For six consecutive years, the NFL has used PSA/DNA Authentication Services to certify all of the footballs used in the Super Bowl. These footballs are then sold through a charity auction and their value can vary quite a bit. It all depends on their significance and the quality of the game. Was the football caught for a touchdown? Was the football used for the game-winning field goal? Will this year's game be one for the ages? We will all have to wait until Sunday.

Press coverage of PSA/DNA's participation in the Superbowl: Click Here (L.A. Times) or Here (Chicago Tribune).