Follow the Big Game

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This year\’s Super Bowl has sports fans salivating—more than usual, at least. It\’ll be the first time in the championship\’s 47-year history that two brothers will compete against one another as head coaches.

Sunday\’s evening game in New Orleans also marks the end of the 17-year career of one of the NFL\’s greatest defensive players, Ray Lewis, who will retire, and the rise of the promising career of 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

You can follow all the storylines by visiting our special section devoted to the big game, where we\’ll also have coverage on everything from party snacks to pre-game analysis to Beyonce\’s much-anticipated halftime show.

And for the first time, via feeds from Hulu and YouTube, you’ll be able to watch all the buzzworthy ads, as well as view a collection of the most memorable commercials from previous years. You can even vote for your favorite on Twitter: Look for a full-page ad in our Big Game section telling you how, after the game starts at 6:30 p.m. EST. Voting will continue until Monday.
And for the first time, via feeds from Hulu and YouTube, you\’ll be able to watch all the buzzworthy ads, as well as view a collection of the most memorable commercials from previous years. You can even vote for your favorite on Twitter: Look for a full-page ad in our Big Game section telling you how, after the game starts at 6:30 p.m. EST. Voting will continue until Monday.

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