Super Bowl XLVIII: Where to listen, host predictions and a Radio Row wrapup

It’s the most wonderful time of the year: SUPER BOWL WEEKEND!

The NFC champion Seattle Seahawks take on the AFC champion Denver Broncos Sunday at MetLife Stadium. Kickoff is set for 6:30 pm ET, and after all the hemming and hawing, the weather for the game actually looks … mild.

Wondering where you can listen to the game? SiriusXM has a whole slew of broadcast options, including:

• Denver Broncos team broadcast – Sirius 92 / XM 225 / Online 802
• Seattle Seahawks team broadcast – Sirius 86 / XM 86 / Online 827
• National radio broadcast – Sirius 88 / XM 88 / Online 88

And eight international broadcast feeds, which you can read about here.

So which team is going to win the Big Game? Here’s a breakdown of picks by SiriusXM NFL Radio’s hosts:

Bob Papa Seahawks 28-24
Derrick Brooks Seahawks 24-21
Ross Tucker Broncos 27-20
Rich Gannon Broncos win
Bruce Murray Seahawks win
Pat Kirwan Seahawks 24-21
Jim Miller Broncos 24-21

While you await kickoff, look back at the best of SiriusXM from Super Bowl Week, including Media Day and Radio Row:

Pete Dominick and “Archie Manning”

More from Pete at Media Day

Peyton Manning says win or lose, he wants to be back next season

Warren Sapp takes on Michael Strahan’s Hall of Fame credentials

LeSean McCoy says he wouldn’t want to play on the same team as Richard Sherman

Warren Moon puts Peyton Manning among his top three all-time quarterbacks

Cam Newton, AKA “Ace Boogie,” freestyles on Sway in the Morning

Rob Riggle reveals one of the best scenes in 21 Jump Street was improvised

Ronnie Lott explains to Adam Schein why he could play under the current NFL rules

And the legendary John Madden gives his preview of Super Bowl XLVIII

By the way, the Super Bowl XLVIII halftime show, featuring Bruno Mars and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, will air on SiriusXM Hits 1. Bruno and RHCP not your cup of tea? How about an alternative halftime music playlist for your Super Bowl party:

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