I watched the last half of the fourth quarter yesterday. Apparently I spent my time wisely.
Addition: I've been reading the news of Kenya/Uganda/Chad etc. on the 'net. These people are suffering! The political situation in Kenya has led the members of different groups to kill each other, but this has spilled over to killing, looting and burning of people/buildings/vehicles that have nothing to do with the groups in Kenya. For example, a LCMS church/parsonage/clinic was burned to the ground. Ugandan trucks crossing into Kenya for trade have been looted and burned.
The Ugandan people are greatly affected by the situation because their fuel (petrol and diesel) come from Kenya and normally, they export through Kenya. The price of gasoline is up to almost $20/gallon in Uganda. Tourism is down in both countries.
Why am I linking these situations with the Super Bowl? Because I've read about the millions spent on advertising for the game (not to mention the millions spent by the viewers and attendees) and I've thought, "That could help a LOT of people in Sub-Saharan Africa."