PHOENIX - As Facebooks latest step into sports, the social media giant is launching Trending Super Bowl — a real-time hub for content from Sundays game between the Patriots and Seahawks. Bucks Jerseys .The hub will allow followers to see how the game is going on a scoreboard module, while also viewing Super Bowl-related posts, photos and video posted by professional media, celebrities and friends. The module will also include a running play-by-play from the game, and videos of some of the commercials from the broadcast.Facebook is trying to improve the experience around big sporting events for users. During last years Super Bowl, more than 50 million Facebook users had more than 185 million interactions (posts, comments and likes) about the big game.We have been the second-screen, real-time audience, says Dan Reed, head of global sports partnerships at Facebook. This Trending Super Bowl is part of a broader effort to better surface the great conversations happening in real time around live sporting events.And not only during the game — Trending Super Bowl will be live beginning Saturday morning.We know the Super Bowl is an all-day extravaganza and this will certainly be available pregame and during the game and postgame and halftime, of course, Reed adds. We also recognize it is about the pageantry around the game and the halftime show and the TV commercials.Facebook wants the hub to be one-stop shopping for all sorts of content for the game. Facebook only will present material posted by official owners, such as what the NFL is posting on its Facebook page, or interesting and enlightening items posted on individual Facebook pages by anyone.Facebook isnt new to the biggest sports happenings. Last year, it saw 350 million people worldwide engaged in conversation around the World Cup.Surveys have shown that two-thirds of TV viewers use social media during a broadcast. Of those people who are on social media while watching, 85 per cent are using Facebook, the company says.Also of benefit to Facebook, Reed says, are the quarterbacks in the game. Tom Brady has become the most-liked NFL player with more than 3 million, recently passing Troy Polamalu. Russell Wilson is a frequent user, including a locker room shot of him with the NFC championship trophy after Seattles overtime victory against Green Bay.Tom is a real model for how the paradigm is changing for how athletes can interact with the fans, Reed says. Theres always interest in seeing what Tom Brady posts after a game, they are so authentic and entertaining.Having both of those players active on Facebook is certainly great for us; they cant post during the game, unfortunately, Reed adds with a laugh.So where can this lead?We really want to incorporate the amazing experience you get when you attend the game into the lean-back experience of watching at home, Reed says. We feel we are best positioned to do that; we represent the largest collection of sports fans anywhere on the planet.___AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and www.twitter.com/AP_NFL Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Jersey . Chris Heisey followed with a two-run triple and Billy Hamilton added an RBI double, all but sealing Cincinnatis fourth straight victory and seventh in eight games. 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It was the fourth win in a row for the league-leading Stampeders (13-3), who can clinch first place in the CFLs West Division with a B.C. win over Saskatchewan on Saturday. "It was a big win for this team," said Stampeders quarterback Kevin Glenn. "It was a real team effort. Those types of wins are what bring teams closer. Especially at this time of year when we know we are going to need it from everybody to get wins now." Glenn had a milestone game as he moved into the top 10 on the CFLs all-time passing yards list, eclipsing Tom Clements 39,041 yards in the first quarter. "It feels a lot better that we got it on a win," said the 34-year-old. "Just to be in that type of company and be mentioned with those guys that are in the top 10, its a blessing. "Its just hitting me right now. I have to say I am really proud of myself and would like to give myself a pat on the back." The Eskimos (3-13) lost their fourth consecutive game as they are limping through the remainder of the season having already been eliminated from playoff contention. Edmonton did not win a single game against a Western Division opponent all season and had just one victory at home, setting a new franchise low. "Its sorely disappointing," said Eskimos head coach Kavis Reed. "We arguably have the best fan base in the league and our performances at home have been inconsistent, for lack of a better term. We sorely wanted to give them a win in this last game. To only have one home victory is unpalatable. Its a bitter pill to swallow." The Calgary defence made itself known midway through the first quarter as a Mike Reilly pass bounced off of targeted receiver Adarius Bowman and into the arms of Stampeder Eric Fraser, giving them the ball at midfield. Calgary failed to score any points on the turnover, however. The Stamps came back with a 27-yard Rene Paredes field goal on their next possession to go up 3-0 heading into the second quarter. Edmonton tied the game three minutes into the second frame on a 47-yard Grant Shaw field goal that was set up by a long 48-yard passing play to Fred Stamps. Calgary went up 10-3 five minutes into the second as Glennn hit Marquay McDaniel with a pass and he was able to just edge the ball across the plain of the goal line for a 29-yard touchdown. Mirza Teletovic Bucks Jersey. The Stamps added a 32-yard Paredes field goal with four minutes left in the first half. Edmonton gave away seven more points with a minute-and-a-half remaining when Shaw rolled out on a third-and-20 punting situation only to have it blocked by Wall, who picked it up himself and went 19 yards for a touchdown. "I dont think it was a called fake punt," said Calgary head coach John Hufnagel. "They do that, what we call a rugby kick where he will run and if he thinks he has the opportunity to run for the first, he will do that. If not he will kick it. We were just one him too quick when he was making that decision. We watch film." The Eskimos were able to get those points back with just three seconds left in the first half as they gained a ton of ground on a pass interference call to set up a leaping seven-yard TD catch by Bowman to make it 20-10 at the half. There was no scoring in the third quarter. The Stampeders gave the scoreboard operators something to do again early in the fourth quarter as Paredes nailed his third field goal of the contest. Edmonton countered with a Shaw field goal six minutes into the fourth to make it 23-13. Calgary added a punt single before the Eskimos came back with a long drive down the field. Edmonton looked to inch a bit closer on a field goal attempt, but Shaw missed and hit the uprights. Paredes booted a 45-yarder for his fourth field goal of the game to close out the scoring. The Eskimos play their two remaining games on the road, starting next Friday in Vancouver against the Lions. The Stampeders return home next Saturday to face Saskatchewan. Notes: Eskimos defensive tackle Almondo Sewell remained out after suffering a neck injury in last weeks game in Regina, but is expected to make a full recoverya Calgary non-import running back Jon Cornish had his fourth straight 100-yard or better game and now has eight in total during the 2013 season. 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