— -- The Super Bowl and social media have become a favorite annual pairing, joining the ranks of chips and salsa and chicken wings and beer.
Facebook today unveiled a new real-time hub for fans to use while watching the big game.
Whether it's Marshawn Lynch's potential antics, halftime surprise from Katy Perry or a simple touchdown celebration, it's now even easier to see what your friends and others are saying.
Facebook's Super Bowl experience also gives users the best commentary from celebrities, a play-by-play of the game and videos of some of the most highly anticipated commercials.
It's likely Super Bowl XLIX, which pits the Seattle Seahawks against the New England Patriots, could be one of the most buzzed about events on Facebook this year.
Last year, the social network said more than 50 million people had an astounding 185 million interactions about the Super Bowl on game day.