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Game time! The Denver Broncos take on the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50 on Sunday, February 7th, 2016. Kickoff is set for 4:30 p.m. Mile High time. Here's how to watch Super Bowl 50.

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Peyton Manning will have been to four Super Bowl's with four different head coaches by the time Super Bowl 50 kicks off. Even though his 4th rodeo could admittedly be his last rodeo, the Broncos quarterback and future Hall of Famer isn't taking it for granted.

"It is a special week. It is an exciting week," Manning said. "It makes you very grateful for the opportunity to have the chance to play in this game, Super Bowl 50. I certainly think our players understand the significance of that. We are grateful for the opportunity and we are looking forward to finishing the week with a couple of good practices and we can translate that on to the field on Sunday. It is not a problem. It is a special opportunity and I think our players understand that and we are embracing that and at the same time I think we are getting prepared to play a really good team on Sunday."

"We have to send him off right." DeMarcus Ware on Peyton Manning

For others, like DeMarcus Ware, it's their first appearance in the big game.

"This experience is totally different, because usually I'll be on the other side, trying to enjoy the experience, and now you are the experience," said Ware. "It can be overwhelming sometimes, but you can take it with a grain of salt, brush it off a little bit and keep going. You got to be sort of knowing why you're here and that's to play the game and be focused. All the guys are here having that mentality and it's a business trip."

Denver's business is Carolina - league MVP Cam Newton and the 1st seed Panthers. Here's how to watch the game.

Game time

Kickoff of Super Bowl 50 is set for Sunday, February 7th, 2016 at 4:30 p.m. Mile High time.

TV channel and info

CBS will air the game with Phil Simms and Jim Nantz providing color commentary and play-by-play respectively. Tracy Wolfson and Evan Washburn will provide sideline coverage.

Online stream


The Panthers are at least five-point favorites over Manning and the Broncos.


"If this was Peyton's last game, I know he'd want to play it like his last," Ware said. "It's been a motto of all the guys each week, play every play like it's your last. If it is, we have to send him off right and you know that you're going to get a game that probably no body has seen. I'm looking forward to it."