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Everything you need to know about Super Bowl 50 is all right here for you. Whether you will be enjoying the action at a party like most Americans or if you have seats on the 50-yard line, HollywoodLife.com has all your vital information to keep you in the know on Super Sunday. Check it out!
1. When does the game start?
The big game does not kickoff until 6:30pm EST on Sunday, Feb. 7 on CBS. But you can catch Lady Gaga singing the National Anthem and other pregame festivities starting at 6pm. The game is being played at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, home of the San Francisco 49er’s and you can log in to HollywoodLife.com to catch the live stream here.
2. Who is playing in the game?
The Carolina Panthers led by stud quarterback Cam Newton, 26, will be playing against the Denver Broncos and their veteran QB, Peyton Manning, 39. The 18-year age gap is the largest ever between Super Bowl competing QB’s. On the defense, Von Miller is the Broncos beast linebacker and Luke Kuechly is the Panthers interception machine.
3. Who will win the game?
The Carolina Panthers are a 5 1/2 point favorite over the Denver Broncos according to the sports book at MGM Mirage in Las Vegas. Meaning the Panthers are expected to win by more than 5 points. Another popular bet is called the over and under, which is set at 44 1/2. Simply put, the odds makers believe the total points scored will equal just over 44 total points. Your best bet? Eat some spicy wings!
Don’t leave your seat at the halftime or you could miss performances by Beyonce, Coldplay and Bruno Mars who are all scheduled to perform. Also keep and eye out for possible surprise appearances from Rihanna or Justin Timberlake. Or better, watch for Beyonce to reveal a possible pregnant belly!
5. More Fun Facts About Super Bowl 50
Super Bowl 50 is the first to be labeled without Roman numerals. Why? The Roman numeral for 50 is L, which is associated with losing, and no one likes that. The Panthers have never won while the Broncos have won twice. Peyton has 199 career wins and will be the first QB with 200 if he wins Sunday. Cam has won a college football national championship and is chasing quarterbacks Joe Namath and Joe Montana, as the only other two to win both college and pro championships.
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