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Cyber Bowl fever hits the Net

Super Bowl Sunday has turned into Cyber Bowl Sunday on the Net. Microsoft, Oscar Mayer, and Yahoo have jumped on the bandwagon in hopes of wooing fans from their TVs to their PCs.

Super Bowl Sunday has turned into Cyber Bowl Sunday on the Internet. Microsoft, Oscar Mayer, and Yahoo have jumped on the Super Bowl bandwagon in a bid to lure sports fans from their TVs to their PCs.

Die-hard fans can even take part in a half-time event on the Net. At the end of the first half, participants in the NFL cybercast can link to the Oscar Mayer Bowl Half-Time site. The show will feature screaming fans from the game, an interactive Super Playbook Game, and a Super Bowl scrapbook.

Yahoo is teaming up with ESPN to offer fans a live scoreboard and a SportsTicker on Yahoo's home page. The SportsTicker delivers news, statistics, recaps of the game, and features.

Football fans can also find sites that offer officially licensed commemorative coins, Super Bowl housing information, and Super Bowl frequently asked questions (FAQs).