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2015 Super Bowl: Kickoff time, live stream, score updates, odds and more

2015 Super Bowl: Kickoff time, live stream, score updates and more

The 2015 Super Bowl is finally here and normally we don't discuss the NFL too much, unless it has to do with the draft, but this is the game of games between the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots.

First off, if you need rooting interest there are six Mountain West players, and a coach, on the respective rosters. Go ahead and pick a team that way. Or just go you way with rooting for your Super Bowl squares or be a fan of the commercials.

Prop bets are also hilarious and awesome to go through and see what craziness could happen. Remember, last year the first scoring play was a safety.

Game time

The Patriots and Seahawks' are expected kickoff at 6:30 p.m. ET but that is usually a rough estimate as the game likely will start probably a few minutes after that time.

TV channel

NBC will be broadcasting the game, and as we mentioned it kicks just after 6:30 pm. ET.

Online stream

NBC Sports Live Extra will stream the game as it does for every Sunday Night Football game, and that includes all of the various angles one can choose from. If you are not near a computer the NBC Sports Extra app will stream the game as well.

2015 scoreboard

Check in with SB Nation's live scoreboard if for some reason you are away from the big game and need a score update.

The odds

This is nearly a pick'e, but the New England Patriots are one-point favorites over the Seattle Seahawks.


This is the normal Sunday Night Football crew with Al Michaels as the play-by-play man and Cris Collinsworth is the commentator. Michele Tafoya will will be roaming the sidelines.

Pregame TV schedule

NBC coverage begins at Noon ET and that includes all sorts of interviews, analysis and of course some random stuff that happens during the six-plus hours they have to fill. The usuals will be there in Dan Patrick, Tony Dungy, former Patriot Rodney Harrison, Sports Illustrated's Peter King and others.

Then there is the obligatory interview with President Barack Obama at 4 p.m. ET with Savannah Guthrie of NBC News conducting.


Stop by and join us to chat about the game, I've heard it should be a good one.