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Super Bowl Sunday 2017: Start Time, Odds, Announcers And More

By Luis Tirado Jr.
Feb 2, 2017; Houston, TX, USA; A general overall view of NFL official Wilson Duke football with Super Bowl LI logo at NRG Stadium prior to Super Bowl LI between the Atlanta Falcons and the New England Patriots. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Feb 2, 2017; Houston, TX, USA; A general overall view of NFL official Wilson Duke football with Super Bowl LI logo at NRG Stadium prior to Super Bowl LI between the Atlanta Falcons and the New England Patriots. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
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Heading into Super Bowl Sunday, here is the start time, latest odds, which announcers are set to call the game and more.

In just a few hours, this year’s Super Bowl will be upon the football world. It begins at 6:30 PM Eastern time and puts the New England Patriots against the Atlanta Falcons with the winning team hoisting the Vince Lombardi trophy.

The latest Las Vegas odds are out and in an article written by Dave Tuley of ESPN has the Patriots as favorites to win it all. The spread is New England -3 with the public consensus pick being 68 percent in favor of New England.

If you’re planning to watch on television, it will be broadcasted on Fox. If you’d like to stream the big game, head on over to FoxSportsGo.com. For those of you who want to see the big game on your tablet or connected devices, the Fox Sports Go app will have it streaming for free with ads. Keep in mind, however, it won’t work on cell phones.

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The only way to watch Super Bowl 51 on your cell phone would be either for those of you that have Verizon or have accounts with the NFL app. In the grand scheme of things, it’s best to either watch the Super Bowl on television or a connected device using the Fox Sports Go app since it’s free and should have no issues whatsoever once it’s game time. If you plan to listen on the radio, here are the local listings for Westwood One which will have national coverage of the big game.

The announcers for Super Bowl 51 will be Joe Buck providing play-by-play, legendary Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Troy Aikman providing analysis, and both Erin Andrews and Chris Myers providing insight directly from the sidelines.

The halftime show will be performed by Lady Gaga. It will be sponsored by Pepsi and promises to be a superb performance by Mother Monster herself. Whether you enjoy her music or not, she undoubtedly has an amazing voice and will more than likely put on quite the show.

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Overall, Super Bowl 51 should be a great one between two of the best teams the NFL has to offer. Make sure to tune in and enjoy what everyone will be talking about come Monday morning.

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