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Which Boiler do we want most to get a ring tonight?

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The NFL may call it Seattle vs. New England, but for us Purdue fans, it is a chance to end a dismal season on a good note, as one (maybe two) Boilers will end the year with a ring. Rob Ninkovich is going for his first ring with the Patriots, and it would make him the 23rd former Purdue player to earn a Super Bowl ring. Also, Greg Orton was on the practice squad early on and was placed on injured reserve with New England before the year started. Even though he has yet to play a down in the NFL, he has been on several practice squads and he could be the 24th Boiler.

One of the 22 Boilers with a ring already is Cliff Avril, and he wants another. If the Seahawks win Avril would join Dave Butz, Rosevelt Colvin, Tim Foley, Brandon Gorin, Bob Griese, Matt Light, Gene Mruczkowski, and Keena Turner as the only Purdue players with multiple Super Bowl rings.

Consider this your Open Thread for the day and the game.

Here's all you need to know to watch:

How to Watch

Date: Sunday, Feb. 1
Time: 6:30 p.m. ET
Location: University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Ariz.
TV: NBC
Announcers: Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth
Online Streaming: NFL MobileNBC Sports

International Viewing

Radio

Canada: Kevin Harlan, Boomer Esiason on Westwood One
England: Rocky Boiman and Darren Fletcher on BBC Radio 5 Live

TV

England: Channel 4, Sky Sports, BBC Radio 5 Live
Russia: NTV+ 
Mexico: Televisa, FOX Sports, TV Azteca, ESPN 
Italy: FOX Sports 2 HD, Italia 1 HD
Germany: SAT:1
Canada: NBC simulcast on CTV, RDS
Australia: Seven Network, 7mate and ESPN