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2015 Super Bowl: How to watch, TV schedule, time, odds (open thread)

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All the information you need to know.

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I know we have a lot of international readers, so if you've somehow ignored the news, today is Super Bowl day! Ah, yes, the wonderful American tradition of grown men clobbering each other.

I'm figuring many of you will want to talk about it, so here is an open thread and information about how to watch. If you're curious about which team our site is officially rooting for, well, that's a good question. Neither team really compares well to the Dallas Mavericks, which is usually how I would decide this. However, you could argue the Patriots are very much like the Spurs, minus the "cheating" but plus some very, very lucky ping pong balls. With that in mind, go Seahawks!

Anyhow, you guys behave and enjoy what should be a much more fun Super Bowl than last year's. We'll be back with Mavericks coverage on Monday, including a look at the February schedule and a Rajon Rondo injury update.

How to watch

Where: University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Arizona

When: 6:30 p.m. ET

TV: NBC

Announcers: Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya

Halftime show: Katy Perry and Lenny Kravitz

Radio: Patriots Radio NetworkSeahawks Radio Network

Super Bowl live stream: Verizon NFL MobileNBCSports.comWatchESPN

Odds

The Patriots are 1-point favorites, per OddsShark.

Further reading

Check out our fellow SB Nation team sites, Pats Pulpit and Field Gulls.