Feb 1, 2014 11:02 PM by Matt Prichard
Super Bowl XLVIII is finally here and for most Broncos fans it's like Christmas Eve with about ten times the stress.
But for players and coaches that's what they're looking to avoid as the hours and minutes tick down to the big game.
Often times we hear the typical comment of, "it's just a game," but for most Americans the Super Bowl is a bit more than that.
Both coaches reacting this week to what it would mean to win the Super Bowl, for them personally and for the communities they represent.
"It would mean a lot. We've got a lot of close friends here, neighbors, from my Wayne days. So it would mean a tremendous amount to win it here," said Denver Broncos head coach, John Fox.
"It makes for so much fun. The whole buildup, the whole following, knowing that it's a global event on game day just adds to the fun of this thing and the challenge. It continues to be out there for us to reach for, and that's very exciting," said Seattle Seahawks head coach, Pete Carroll.
And News 5 will be there to capture all that excitement as Jennifer Horbelt reports live after the game on News 5 at 10.