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Sunday's Super Bowl between the New England Patriots and the New York Giants will have football fans from Taxahaw to Bell Town and Coats Crossroads to Pleasant Valley glued to their television set for hours.
When you count all of the "must-see" commercials and a halftime show that pulls out all of the stops, it's more than a football game.
It's an event.
According to CBS, last year's NFL championship game between the Indianapolis Colts and Chicago Bears, drew 93.15 million viewers, making it the second-most-watched Super Bowl of all time.
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