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The 10 Most Talked About 2015 Super Bowl Ads You Can Watch Right Now

Everyone know's the best part of the Super Bowl isn't the football: it's the commercials! From GoDaddy's controversial ad to Budweiser's tear jerker, skip the wait and jump straight into 10 of the most anticipated Super Bowl XLIX ads.

Tailgating for the Puppy Bowl (Pun Intended)

For the last nine years, Animal Planet has been counter-programming the biggest football game of the year with the cutest football game of the year: The Puppy Bowl! And half the fun of a football party is the tailgating experience. You know, the food, the fun, the zaniness? But how, exactly, does one tailgate for the Puppy Bowl?

How Streaming The Super Bowl Will Be Different This Year

Last year's live streaming online of the Super Bowl was a huge success, so they're making a sequel! This year, CBS will be offering the game online and they've made some upgrades to how it's done. Check out all the ways this year's Super Bowl experience will be better than last.

Early Super Bowl Commercials Are Akin to Leaked Black Friday Ads

In the last week you may have sneaked a peek at a few of this year's leaked Super Bowl ads. And while watching a middle-aged Ferris Bueller and a pint-sized Darth Vader, you may also have wondered why a company that's paying roughly $114,000 per second to air a commercial during the Super Bowl put it online before the big day. The answer is, of course, to generate excitement and early buzz — which naturally makes us think of all that good Black Friday hype. Read on for the details, as well as the leaked videos.

Streaming the Super Bowl: This Year, There's No Excuse to Miss It

With last year's Super Bowl grabbing an audience of 111 million, NBC has ordered a sequel! And if being able to see two teams — one of which you might actually care about — battle it out on TV wasn't enough for you, this year the NFL and NBC have announced that the "big game" is going to be streamed online and via select handset devices, too! But what does this all mean for you, the concerned Super Bowl viewer? What is this mysterious "streaming" and how can you do it? And if you already have a super fancy HDTV, why would you ever opt for a smaller screen?

10 Tips for a Sustainable Super Bowl Party

Even if you are not a Green Bay Packers or Pittsburgh Steelers fan, your heart is telling you to Go Green this Super Bowl Sunday, as in, root for the environment. But how do you get a room full of partying jocks to follow your lead? Try these 10 plays.