Super Bowl 50 Take Over

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Tribune News Service

Super Bowl 50 was Star-Studded to say the least. Celebrities were all over Levi’s Stadium in attendance to both enjoy the Super Bowl and increase the entertainment factor for all 114.4 million viewers. NBA star Steph Curry banged the “keep pounding” drum during the Panthers entrance, while NBA star Kevin Durant got a little bit of a photography lesson when taking pictures of the Super Bowl with the press.

Halftime included performances by Coldplay, Bruno Mars, and Beyonce. They all came together towards the end of the performance and began chanting “get together.” Following this was a sign made with hundreds of fans in the stands holding up signs that read “Believe in Love” in massive letters.

Super Bowl 50 came with surprises, but what was most surprising was the Carolina Panthers’ offense struggling to move the ball or the tremendous play by Von Miller and the Denver Broncos defense.

Cam Newton, who was named NFL MVP the day before the Super Bowl, started off with an early struggle to find his groove.
“Denver’s defense was disruptive all game,” senior Scott Zuhrab said. “Really, made it harder on Cam Newton and the Panthers’ offense than they are used to.”

Super Bowl 50 finished off with a final score of 24-10, with the Broncos winning. Von Miller was named Super Bowl MVP with six tackles, 2.5 sacks, and two forced fumbles. Super Bowl 50 caps off with what could be one of the biggest Super Bowl upsets of all time.