Somehow 29 people have still managed to avoid learning winner of Super Bowl 50

Italian motorcycle racer Valentino Rossi, not a known 'Last Man Standing' participant, covering his ears at the Spanish Grand Prix in May 2015.

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Death in the "Last Man Standing" challenge means that a person acquired the "knowledge" — the outcome of the Super Bowl between the Denver Broncos and favored Carolina Panthers. This year nearly 200 people attempted to become the last (known) person to learn who won Super Bowl 50. Now 15 days after the game was decided, 29 remain free of the knowledge.

Causes of "death" include: an announcement at a theater, Snapchat, a Kohl’s email, a digital billboard, Kristen Wiig on Jimmy Fallon, CNN updates, Facebook memes and sabotage.

BRONCOS. IT WAS THE BRONCOS. THE BRONCOS WON.

Just how does one insulate himself or herself from learning the Super Bowl result? The thought is terrifying to this NFL fanatic, so I don’t want to entertain the notion too long, though I suppose there are email filters involved, ear plugs and a ban on all sports programming.

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