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The eyes of a nation will be turned to the Giants v. Patriots Sunday.

Your eyes, however, should set aside some time for our live-blogging of the epic event.

Our Craig Hlavaty will be here at Hair Balls offering insight into what's going on both on and off the field, starting at about 5 p.m.

Seeing as how Madonna is the halftime entertainment, it's a good bet there will be some stuff worth checking out.

You can join in on the conversation via the comments section.

If there's anything that can improve the Super Bowl, it's this, so don't miss out.

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