Yes, that's right, it's not just the heated rivalry of the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos that will take place on February 2nd.
Fox are likely to send an all out safety blitz Obama's way, so we will see how the President handles the pressure, and whether he choose to stick in the pocket or scramble safe.
On the morning of the Super Bowl it will be President Obama and Fox's O'Reilly that will go head to head.
The interview will act as Obama's yearly individual interview for the broadcaster of the Super Bowl. O'Reilly last interviewed the President in 2011.
A part of the interview will air during Fox's Super Bowl pre-game show, with the other part expected to air on The O'Reilly Factor as well as on FoxNews.com.
The interview will take place at The White House, which means the President will have the all important home-field advantage.