What Time is the Super Bowl 2014?
Sunday, February 2 at 6:25 p.m. EST. That's when Super Bowl XLVIII is schedule to kick-off. Of course, there will be about four hours of pregame coverage that might, but most likely won't, be interesting. So chances are, as long as you're somewhere near at TV at almost any time on Sunday afternoon, you'll be watching the Super Bowl or something related to it.
Though two of the biggest names associated with this year's Super Bowl have been Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning and Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, there are plenty of other big names to watch out for. Standing at just 5'11" (which is very short for an NFL QB), the Seahawks' offense is led by quarterback Russell Wilson. Keep an eye on him to have a big game and potentially secure his post as one of the best quarterbacks of his generation. Check out the highlight reel above showing Wilson's spectaculat 2013-2014 season that helped the Seahawks become one of the league's best teams and land them in the Super Bowl.