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This week’s theme is: SUPERBOWL. Clues marked with an as­ter­isk (*) are theme-re­lated. So­lu­tion in next week’s Rap­pa­han­nock News.

ACROSS

1. Hose hue

5. Flower pre­cur­sor

8. Gersh­win brother

11. Scot­tish val­ley

12. Af­ter hedge or mu­tual

13. Head­quar­tered

15. *Cleats, hel­met, pads

16. Hip bones

17. Road-trip­ping guide

18. *Home­town of first Su­per Bowl win­ner

20. Big Bang's orig­i­nal mat­ter

21. Be

22. By­gone bird

23. *Last year’s Su­per Bowl cham­pi­ons

26. Came around the cor­ner

30. 100%

31. Do­nate, 2 words

34. Salty drop

35. #50 Down, pl.

37. Myth­i­cal gi­ant bird

38. Latin dance

39. A fa­mous Amos

40. Pack­ing a punch

42. In the know

43. Re­lat­ing to River Styx

45. Sodium ____, or Nai

47. Needle­fish

48. Beta's fol­lower

50. Phish­ing at­tack

52. *NFL Tro­phy name

55. Com­pletely or ex­actly

56. Adam and Eve’s son

57. U, on the road

59. Casts a bal­lot

60. Barn top?

61. Do like ex­haust pipe

62. *2019 Su­per Bowl broad­cast­ing net­work

63. Tally

64. *Player’s 40, e.g.

DOWN

1. Bird-to-be

2. Horse­fly

3. In­fantry’s last rows

4. Un­wind

5. Pre­cur­sor to #5 Across, pl.

6. Uni­ate church mem­ber

7. June 6, 1944

8. Small is­land

9. Pa­per unit

10. *As en­ter­tain­ing as Su­per Bowl game?

12. Last line to cross

13. Louisiana swamp

14. *Home of Mercedes-Benz Sta­dium

19. *Good­ell and such

22. “My” in French

23. Sun­rise side, pl.

24. Give out

25. 1989 Civil War drama

26. *Player with most Su­per Bowl points scored

27. Cap­i­tal ter­ri­tory of In­dia

28. Alle­vi­ated

29. Win­dow treat­ment

32. *Grid____

33. Leprechaun’s gold holder

36. *Pop­u­lar Su­per Bowl nick­name

38. Pore in a leaf

40. Even ____ in golf

41. Jack be that!

44. Po­etic feet

46. Flit­ted

48. Spoil

49. Change the Con­sti­tu­tion

50. No neat­nik

51. Butcher’s piece, pl.

52. Mount Ve­ni­amin of out­put

53. Rus­sian gov­ern­men­tal agency

54. Pupil con­troller

55. Pipe ma­te­rial

58. In­def­i­nite de­gree

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