Super Bowl XLVI is just one day away. On Sunday, February 5, the New England Patriots and New York Giants will meet in a rematch of their 2008 face-off that included, among other things, one of the more memorable catches in recent NFL history.
Although no such theatrics are ever guaranteed, the Super Bowl never fails to be a spectacle. Fans can be thankful that NBC will be the network carrying the event this year. Of the four networks that bring you NFL action each week, NBC is by far the most forward-thinking and proactive about exploring new technology and offering gorgeous and legal live streaming of all of their Sunday Night Football games.
It turns out that the Super Bowl will be no exception. The game begins at 3:30 PM PT/6:30 PM PT and will be streaming live on NBCSports.com. If that's not enough for you, Walter Pacheco of the Orlando Sentinel has a complete look at the various stream features and mobile apps and other technology that will also be synched up with the Super Bowl this year.
Even if you don't have a flat-screen TV or a big party to go to, if you're reading this article, odds are you're able to stream the Super Bowl right to your computer. What an age we live in. And no Joe Buck, either!
For complete coverage of Super Bowl XLVI, stay tuned to SB Nation's dedicated Super Bowl hub.