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Super Bowl 2014: Start time, score updates, live stream, halftime show, commercials and more for Seahawks vs. Broncos

Super Bowl XLVIII between the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos has a kickoff time of 6:25 p.m. ET and the TV channel is FOX. Read below for your primer on the Super Bowl Sunday schedule: live scores, how to watch the game online, prop bets, commercials, halftime show information and more.

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Super Bowl 2014 is finally here and Arrowhead Pride has all of the information you need to guide you through the day. We've got the nuts and bolts of the Super Bowl Sunday schedule for you below but if you want all of the previews, matchup analysis, weather updates and a lot more, make sure you check out our (mobile friendly!) Super Bowl hub at SB Nation. Get smart there and impress your friends at your Super Bowl party.

Speaking of Super Bowl weather, the forecast looks like we will avoid the apocalypse scenario in New Jersey. The forecast is for cold temperatures and moderate winds. No snow to speak of, it appears. The coldest Super Bowl kickoff temperature on record came in Super Bowl VI between the Dallas Cowboys and Miami Dolphins when it was 36 degrees. It has been colder in some cities, such as Super Bowl XL between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Seattle Seahawks (30 degrees, Detroit, Michigan), but the game was played in a dome. So this has the potential to be the coldest Super Bowl ever.

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If you're looking to watch the Super Bowl online or on your phone. FOX Sports Go is your spot. They have mobile streaming options there as well as desktop streaming options. Typically, FOX Sports Go requires you to log-in with your cable provider information but FOX is lifting that requirement for Super Bowl 48.

If you're playing Super Bowl squares, here is a quarter by quarter scoreboard from SB Nation. You can learn how to play squares here.

Here is our post on Super Bowl recipes. Joel's Famous Chicken Wings are included in the recipes for your Super Bowl party.

You can take a look at past Super Bowl winners here. You'll have to go way back to the 1970s to find the Chiefs unfortunately.

SB Nation is covering the Super Bowl commercials here. There will be commentary and video at that hub but if you just want to watch all of the Super Bowl Commercials, Ad Blitz on YouTube is what you want. Joel already wrote about what he thinks it the best Super Bowl commercial so far this year.

The halftime show performers are Bruno Mars and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. RHCP bassist Flea had an, um, interesting question about what he should do during his performance. Queen Latifah will be on hand to sing 'America The Beautiful'.

The National Anthem will be performed by opera singer Renee Fleming. Here's more about who Renee is. And here is the prop bet on how long her performance will last. The national anthem prop bet seems to be a popular one every year. All things gambling and prop bets are here, which you should check out even if you're not gambling on the game.

What would the Super Bowl be without the Puppy Bowl? You can find all the information you need on this year's Puppy Bowl right here.

To follow along with Seahawk fans, make sure you check out Field Gulls (@FieldGulls). And for the Bronco fan perspective, Mile High Report is your spot (@MileHighReport). They will be live-tweeting all things Broncos and Seahawks throughout Super Bowl Sunday (and beyond).

While you're waiting for the Super Bowl to kick off, make sure you take a quick peek at our latest 2014 NFL mock draft. The Chiefs own the 23rd pick this year and after the Super Bowl the official 2014 NFL Draft order will be complete. We know the order of 30 of the 32 teams, with the Broncos and Seahawks deciding the final two spots on Super Bowl Sunday.

Here's a quick rundown of the nuts and bolts for Super Bowl 48:

And don't forget bingo!

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