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Doggie digs Doritos
Doggie digs Doritos
Pepsi, the maker of Doritos, is again leaving its Super Bowl ads for both the snack chip and the soda in the hands of its fans. The company has invited anybody who's game to create and submit their own ad, and football fans can vote for their favorite at www.crashthesuperbowl.com.

The winners take home $25,000 -- or a whopping $1 million if the spot tops USA Today's Super Bowl Ad Meter, which uses a live panel to rate the evening's ads. One of the most popular picks stars a pug with an unstoppable desire for Doritos.



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Last updated February 04 2011: 9:27 AM ET
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