Super Bowl 50 is upon us. It’s a phenomenon of sport and culture, drawing capacity crowds to both the game in Santa Clara and the Super Bowl City in San Francisco. There are those who look forward to the show of sportsmanship and the intensity of a fast-paced, high-stakes game. Then, there are those who care only about the halftime show and the advertisements that come in between the tackles. Whether your team’s playing in the game or you could care less about football, it’s hard to ignore the scope of today’s game. Read below for some special Super Bowl content.
So you might not understand anything that’s happening on-screen this Sunday, but with our shaky knowledge of football culture, you’ll look like you do.
Sports editor Alaina Getzenberg recounts her experience at the 2009 Super Bowl.
Here are some keys that will decide how the Super Bowl will go.
Follow this recipe for sweet and savory nachos that are sure to impress everyone you have over to watch the game.
The Daily Californian talked to former Daily Cal sports editor Mike Silver, who now works for NFL Network and previously worked for Sports Illustrated.
Here’s a list of some of the most important questions we’re asking ourselves this weekend.
If you don’t feel like watching the game, here are a few enjoyable, relaxing and most importantly, cheap, things that you can do in Berkeley this Sunday.
Rachel Feder is the blog editor. Contact her at [email protected].