The field at Glendale's University Of Phoenix Stadium is elevated from the actual arena floor and can roll completely out of the building. Despite having a retractable roof, the stadium itself blocks direct sunlight from hitting all parts of the field, especially at this time of year.
During the NFL's regular season, the TV compound is adjacent to the area the field occupies when outdoors. However a Super Bowl compound is several times larger, and in Arizona additional mobile units and production trailers are forced to line up single file along the perimeter.
Space is so tight that several trucks have to remove their stairs when the field is outdoors. Hopefully nobody takes a step outside without looking first. We've seen that before and it's usually followed by a trip to the nearest emergency room.
But imagine life if the trucks were always this close to the field!