By Mike Wereschagin
Sunday, February 4, 2007

On the bright side, it'll be a lot easier to get a seat at the bar.

A year after Pittsburgh fans celebrated a fifth National Football League championship with jubilant screams and thumbs thrust skyward, much of the city is greeting Super Bowl XLI with a shrug and a yawn.

Trevor Melville said the Super Bowl party he's hosting this year will be geared more toward his guests than the game.

"I didn't think anybody was doing anything," said Melville, 36, of Bridgeville. He invited about 15 college friends to his Sunday soiree
Man last year at this time we were flyin high, talking about every angle of this game, the Bus retiring, Cowher retiring, one for the thumb, memories to be had, you name it. Now it's just..