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The Super Bowl is just about here, and here's how you can watch it.

SB Nation's Super Bowl 50 Coverage

It's almost time for Super Bowl 50 featuring the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos. The big game is hours away and the entire sporting world, and a whole lot more on top of that, will be watching to see who is crowned the kings for another season.

Ron Rivera led his Panthers to a 15-1 record in the regular season and the top seed in the NFC. They only lost to the rival Atlanta Falcons in the regular season, and laid waste to both the Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals in the playoffs. The latter team stood no chance in the conference championship, as Cam Newton and Luke Kuechly led either side of the ball into a total domination of Carson Palmer's Cardinals.

Gary Kubiak, who was hired after John Fox, a well-regarded head coach, was fired this past offseason, led the Broncos through struggles at the quarterback position to the league's best defense and the top seed in the AFC. Peyton Manning was benched after a terrible regular season, but is back for the playoffs and so far has led the team to victories over the Pittsburgh Steelers and the very tough New England Patriots.

Manning isn't a sure thing at this point, but the Broncos defense will give Newton everything he can handle and it really is a matchup of the two best teams in the NFL, as a Super Bowl should be. This is the third year in a row that the two top seeds met in the Super Bowl.

How to Watch

When: 6:30 p.m. ET

Where: Levi's Stadium, San Francisco


Announcers: Jim Nantz, Phil Simms

Halftime performers: Coldplay, Bruno Mars, Beyonce

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