The Colts are leading the Saints, 10-6 at halftime of the Super Bowl. Peyton Manning made a record-making 96-yard touchdown drive, tying with the Chicago Bears for the longest drive in Super Bowl history. The Saints were not able to effectively pressure Manning, who dominated in the first half of the championship game until seconds before the halftime mark. The Saints marched down the field to the Colts’ one-yard line and on the fourth down, went for the touchdown in an attempt to tie the game. Though they still couldn’t beat the Colts’ tight defense, they did make their second field goal, advancing the score from 10-3 to 10-6 as the clock wound down before The Who took the stage.