Disappointed fans shocked and embarrassed as a record-breaking season ends with a blowout loss in Super Bowl XLVIII.
Whether it was Rocky Mountain oysters, local beer or a work of fine art, it’s time to pay up on those Super Bowl bets.
From superfan dedication to recipe suggestions, musical smack-talk and hometown pride, Colorado Public Radio has the Super Bowl coverage you won't find anywhere else.
From bowls of green chile to precious works of art to priceless bragging rights, people and organizations in Colorado have a lot riding on this Super Bowl.
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Clubs give Denver Broncos fans in Washington and Seattle Seahawks fans in Colorado a refuge to cheer for their team and swap tips on dealing with life behind enemy lines, especially in the lead-up to the Super Bowl.
Retailers selling apparel licensed by the NFL convert excitement into sales but black-market vendors also cash in by selling Broncos orange with "unofficial" merchandise at roadside stands or online.
Super Bowl XLVII means an extra effort by Broncos and Seahawks fans as they showcase a unique and interesting passion for representing their teams.