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Fact-checking the 2015 Super Bowl

With Super Bowl Sunday fast approaching, PolitiFact took a break from planning our parties (guacamole!) to research and report a couple of new fact-checks. 

We first looked at a claim arising from the controversy of underinflated footballs. New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick made the claim that atmospheric conditions could push a football’s pressure "down approximately one-and-a-half pounds per square inch." (Belichick's Patriots will face off against the Seattle Seahawks, coached by Pete Carroll.)

We also looked at claims related to sex trafficking and domestic violence and the Super Bowl. Turn to PolitiFact to read what we found.