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Super Bowl 2014 free live stream, game time, halftime, and TV commercials

Today is the day for the Super Bowl 2014 live stream and live TV broadcasts. Even people who are not big fans of NFL football will tune into watch the Super Bowl XLVIII for its amazing commercials and halftime show, according to a Feb. 2 SB Nation report.

The best news for people who do not have a cable subscription is that Fox will offer free live stream broadcasts of the Super Bowl 2014 across computers and other mobile devices, so anyone who has access to these can watch the big game. Typically, FOX Sports Go requires a cable subscription login. However, for football's biggest game, Fox has suspended this requirement, so everyone will be able to watch Super Bowl XLVIII this evening.

You can catch the Super Bowl 2014 featuring the Seattle Seahawks vs. the Denver Broncos starting at 5:30 p.m. CST live on Fox 25 in Oklahoma City from the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The entire afternoon is filled with pre-game festivities, and those are also available for free via live stream video at FOX Sports Go. At 11 a.m. CST, you can catch Road to the Super Bowl, and at 1 p.m. CST the official pre-game show will start live on Fox. It is an entire afternoon of great programming leading up to the big game, and of course, the big commercials.

Even if you do not like football, be sure to tune in to see which commercials are the best and which are the worst. Also, you will not want to miss the Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show featuring an interesting combination of Bruno Mars and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. While it is unlikely there will be an infamous wardrobe malfunction this year, the performances should be great entertainment.

See the Superbowl 2014 live stream and live TV broadcast starting at 5:30 p.m. on Fox 25 OKC or Fox Sports Go. You will catch all the Seahawks vs. Broncos action, all the commercials, and the Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show. It promises to be an excellent evening of entertainment (and it is free!).