Jerry Anderson (center) oversaw logistics for dozens of Super Bowls, including Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans in 2013. (Courtesy Populous)

Jerry Anderson, an architect who became the logistical czar for the world’s biggest sports events, including the Super Bowl, the Final Four, the College Football Playoff championship and the Olympics, died Sept. 23 of brain cancer. He was 64.

Anderson, a founding partner with sports design firm Populous, spearheaded its event division in Den...


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