Super Bowl betting

Americans are expected to wager $6 billion on the Super Bowl this year, up 26 percent from last year, according to the American Gaming Association. Last year, 97 percent of bets placed were illegal. But that number is expected to go down this year because several states, including New Jersey, have legalized wagering on sports.

Don't say 'Super Bowl'

The Super Bowl is a cash cow for the NFL so it is no surprise that when it comes to using the event name in advertising or promotions, like watch-parties, the league throws down a heavy hammer.

Super Bowl ads and politics

Every year, some commercials that air during the Super Bowl spark controversy and debate. This year is no different.