With eight weeks down, we’re almost halfway through the 2023 NFL regular season. That means the playoffs are already on the horizon, and with them, Super Bowl LVIII. In fact, Friday marks the start of the 100-day countdown until Super Bowl Sunday.
That’s right. There are only 100 days until the last remaining contenders go head to head for the next Lombardi Trophy. Who will be standing for the championship showdown? Which teams are favored to go the distance? And what are the biggest storylines to monitor in the meantime? We’ve got you covered with 100 things to know, as Friday marks 100 days out from Super Bowl LVIII:
Super Bowl facts
1. Super Bowl LVIII will be played on Sunday, Feb. 11.
2. Kickoff is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. ET.
3. The host site is Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada, adjacent to Las Vegas.
4. Allegiant Stadium is the newest NFL venue alongside SoFi Stadium in California, opening in 2020.
5. This will be the first Super Bowl ever held in the state of Nevada.
6. Super Bowl LVIII will air on CBS, Nickelodeon and Paramount+.
7. The Nickelodeon format, which debuted in 2020 and will also be featured on Christmas Day this season, will be specially tailored to kid and family audiences, with splashy graphics, Nickelodeon tie-ins and special guests. Note: This marks the first time in NFL history that the Super Bowl will be broadcast in two different formats, with CBS carrying the traditional broadcast of the game and Nickelodeon airing an exclusive kids- and family-friendly telecast.
8. The game will also be streamed on NFL+, NFL.com and the NFL app.
9. The CBS broadcast team will include Jim Nantz (play-by-play), Tony Romo (color commentary) and Tracy Wolfson, Evan Washburn and Jay Feely (sideline reporters), along with Gene…