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Super Bowl 2011 TV Time: Announcers And Odds For Packers Vs. Steelers

There's a pretty big game tonight, in case you haven't heard. We all know the 2011 Super Bowl between the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers is happening tonight, and while it's not local, it's worth noting. The Super Bowl kickoff time on TV 6:29 p.m. on FOX. We have no answers for you if you want to watch the Super Bowl online. Joe Buck and Troy Aikman will have the call.

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If you're desperately looking for pregame coverage, ESPN has already begun it. FOX's programming will begin at noon with "Road to the Super Bowl," and the official pregame show will begin at 2 p.m. At around 4:30, Bill O'Reilly will interview President Obama, in an event I'm sure many sports fans and non-sports fans alike won't want to miss.

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The 2011 Super Bowl odds still favor the Packers by three points. As for Super Bowl prop bets, SBNation.com's Andrew Sharp has you covered. For those of you interested in the Super Bowl commercials, they will be posted on YouTube immediately after airing.

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In local sports, the game between the Penguins and Capitals will begin at 12:30 p.m. We'll have complete coverage from Jack Anderson and Adam Vingan live from the Verizon Center.

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