After tomorrow night, there won't be any live football until about late July or August, so why not close out the season with the NFL's championship game - the Super Bowl.
(Also the event that started Roman numerals, if you listen to CBS Sports Minutes. I'm not even joking. This happened.)
The Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots, after winning the NFC and AFC Championship Games, respectively, have had to endure DeflateGate, Marshawn Lynch barely opening his mouth, and now the possibility of Richard Sherman missing tomorrow night's game (hint: won't happen), leaving very little discussion of the game itself, but it should be a very good game.
So how can you watch it or follow it?
Game Time: 6:30 PM ET / 5:30 PM CT
TV: This year it's on NBC, so hopefully it's a good solid broadcast. At least it isn't preseason Sam Rosen. It'll also be available on NFL Red Zone.
Radio: Westwood One will be carrying it across their network. You can find your affiliate over here.
Streaming: NFL Mobile from Verizon will carry it, and it will also be on Audio Pass and Game Rewind at some point. NBC will have their Live Extra streaming over here. Any other streaming is probably not a thing and should not be discussed.
Odds: The Seahawks opened as two point favorites, and the line moved quickly. You can follow all that action and the various prop bets with SBN's Odds Pages.