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A record breaking number of viewers are expected to tune in to an intriguing Super Bowl matchup this weekend. The explosive Carolina Panthers will take on one of the all-time great defences in the Denver Broncos.
This matchup is the first time two quarterbacks drafted No. 1 overall will face each other in a Super Bowl. Narratives are already swirling in the NFL blogosphere, but Zikomo Smith and Joe Khammar of the McGill Tribune will tune out the noise, and bring you the authoritative analysis of what to expect in Super Bowl 50.
In episode three of The Sport Authority podcast, the sports section discusses the Broncos’ defence and its ability to contain Cam Newton, key matchups between the Broncos secondary and the Panther’s receiver corps, and whether Carolina should play man or zone coverage.