Do you know what countdown I’m talking about? If you don’t have an idea what HUGE event is coming this year, if you have no single clue what am I pertaining in my post title, if you are completely naive of what is this impending mega phenomenon that will soon kick-off, then this post is for you!
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The world wide web is abuzz right now as one of the biggest and most celebrated days in the US is about to kickoff. At exactly 6:30 EST on the 5th of February this year, the Super Bowl 2012 live stream will finally start! This day is for both young and old, the dead and the living, cats and dogs, boys and girls, and for everyone who loves the sheer pleasure of watching a football match.
Did you know that the day on which the Super Bowl is played is now considered a de facto national holiday in the United States? Yes, it’s that big! This holidays is called Super Bowl Sunday. This year, the 46th Super Bowl is headed by coaches Tom Coughlin of the NY Giants and Bill Belichick of the New England Patriots. The stars of this year’s Super Bowl are quarterbacks Eli Manning of the NY Giants and the legendary Tom Brady of the New England Patriots.
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I’m ashamed because my prediction didn’t came true. And I’m disappointed because the Steelers won. Anyway, congratulations to the Packers! You did great!
In less than 24 hours from now, the most awaited event this year will commence! The 45th annual Super Bowl will finally start! I know you guys are so excited to watch the Super Bowl 2011 live stream and I know you can’t wait to see who will be this year’s Super Bowl champ!
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There has been plenty of conjecture from pundits, fans, media and even some Super Bowl predictions from BetUs, the leading sportsbook, but the question still remains. Who is favored to win each conference and who likely will? Here’s a quick look at the odds on each conference and the outlook:
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