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Sunday, February 7, 2016

Super Bowl Sunday

The countdown to Super Bowl 50 will end in about 30 minutes, as the American football event will begin on CBS at 6:30 P.M. Eastern Time. The Carolina Panthers team — starring quarterback Cam Newton, known for giving footballs to kids in the stands and dancing to celebrate touchdowns — will compete against the Denver Broncos. Former Colts star and Super Bowl 41 winner Peyton Manning boasts support from Broncos and many Colts fans. The Super Bowl is not just watchable in the United States — it will be televised in more than 170 countries and territories in the Americas, Africa, Asia, Australia and Oceania, and Europe! Several Pacific island countries — FIJI, KIRIBATI, MARSHALL ISLANDS, MICRONESIA, SAMOA, TONGA, and TUVALU — can see the sports spectacle on ESPN. May the best team win!

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